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Ecouterre: Stella McCartney Pledges to Use Only Forest-Friendly Cellulose Fibers

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Posted by: tara

Stella McCartney is looking out for the Lorax. Shortly after declaring its intention seek “Wildlife Friendly” certification, the British firm announced Tuesday its commitment to eliminating the use of endangered-forest fibers in its cellulose-based clothing. The latest apparel company to join Canopy Style’s “Fashion Loved by Forest” campaign, which includes brands such as H&M, Zara, and Eileen Fisher, Stella McCartney has pledged to ensure that all its cellulose fibers meet “strict sustainability standards” by 2017.

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Forbes: Revolutionizing The Fashion Industry's Impact: Four Insights From A Top Social Entrepreneur

Category: Media Coverage
Posted by: diana

Fundamentally changing the norms of any industry can be a daunting task, especially when businesses now face entrenched social problems – like the health of our environment. The business shifts necessary to survive sometimes seem impossible. To solve these problems, we’re seeing ground-breaking collaborations emerge – demonstrating what is possible when an industry joins together for collaborative impact.

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Supply Management: Global brands H&M and Inditex make forest sourcing pledge

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Posted by: diana

Two of the world’s largest clothing retailers, H&M andInditex - the owner of Zara and Pull & Bear - have pledged to avoid sourcing fabric materials from the world's ancient and endangered forests. The companies will work with Canopy, an environmental not-for-profit organisation that focuses on protecting world forests, to achieve the goal.

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Sourcing Journal Online: H&M, Zara Back Sustainable Sourcing Campaign

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Posted by: diana

Retail’s largest brands, H&M and Inditex-owned Zara, have pledged to stop using ancient and endangered forests to make rayon and viscose clothing. The retailers have partnered with environmental organization Canopy in a new initiative called, “Fashion Loved by Forest,” designed to address the increasing impact of the clothing industry on the world’s forests, biodiversity and climate.

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