Do the clothes you buy really have an impact on climate change?

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Do the clothes you buy really have an impact on climate change?

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010 - 3:09pm

CAMPAIGN: Climate Counts - Director's Corner

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With so-called environmentally responsible products everywhere, it’s become fashionable to be “green,” but is the fashion world confronting the realities of climate change? While boutique green fashion companies (that espouse sustainability as a key value) are growing, have the large companies that dominate the landscape improved their scores in the past year?

Nike continues to lead not only the Apparel/Accessories sector, but also received the highest overall score. Recently, Nike gained national attention leaving the board of the US Chamber of Commerce due to policy disputes regarding potential climate change legislation. Levi Strauss surged past Gap, finishing second in the sector. For the second year in a row, Levi Strauss was among the biggest movers, making a double-digit leap from 22 to 58 points, due in part to its leaving the US Chamber of Commerce because of climate policy disputes and setting strong emissions baselines.

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CAMPAIGN: Climate Counts - Director's Corner

CONTENT: Blog

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