H&M Promises to Halve Its Emissions Every 10 Years 

November 19, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Looking beyond COP26, H&M says it envisions a fossil-free supply chain. The Swedish retailer revealed Friday that it has committed to halving its emissions every 10 years in alignment with the “carbon law,” a “rule of thumb” that Stockholm University’s Stockholm Resilience Centre says will give the planet a fighting chance of keeping global temperature…



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