CommonShare’s Pick

The Fashion Retail Giants Struggle to Reduce their Carbon Emissions as a Whole

Fashion companies including Adidas, Burberry, Guess, Gap, Hugo Boss, H&M, Inditex and Levi Strauss have committed to comply with the climate policies proposed by the UN’s Fashion Climate Charter. 

Puma Reduces its C0² emissions from Offices, Warehouses and Supply Chain

As a founding member of the UN’s Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, Puma has succeeded in significantly reducing its greenhouse gas emissions across its supply chain from 2017 to 2021. 

Hugo Boss Seeks to Reduce Emissions by 51% for 2030

Working with Science Based Targets Initiative, Hugo Boss’ scope 3 targets can only be achieved if partners are involved in the strategy process and are empowered to make their own contribution to reducing carbon emissions. 

Beyond Zero Emissions, Burberry Pledges to be Climate Positive by 2040

With its plans approved by SBTi, Burberry becomes the first luxury brand to commit to being Climate Positive by 2040, including actions beyond its value chain.

How Armedangels is Engineering Change with its Circular ID Project

Representing timeless and circular fashion, Armedangels creates modern styles with unparalleled sustainability standards.

Organic Basics: Danish Apparel that Can Be Worn for Weeks Without Washing

The brainchild of four Danishmen, Organic Basics has come up with its own invention of Silvertech underwear that only needs to be washed twice a month. 

People Tree Strengthens Ties Between Distributors and Consumers

Premium sustainable apparel brand People Tree is regarded as a pioneer of sustainable fashion and is the first apparel brand in the world to receive World Fair Trade Organization accreditation.

GOTS Certification Celebrates its 20th Anniversary by Fighting Greenwashing

The Global Organic Textile Standard celebrated its 20th anniversary with a record number of certifications