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World's Leading Brands Score Poorly on Use of Sustainable Cotton

Photo by Wikimedia Commons Organic cotton. Better cotton. Fair-trade cotton. Recycled cotton. Cotton made in Africa. You’d think with all the labels and initiatives brands like to…

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WWF, H&M Ink Five-Year Sustainability Partnership

Photo by Olia Gozha/Unsplash H&M and the World Wildlife Fund are embarking on a five-year partnership to create a more responsible fashion industry. The new endeavor, which expands…

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IKEA Reaches 100 Percent Sustainable Cotton Milestone

IKEA made history last month when it became the first major retailer to obtain 100 percent of its cotton from “more sustainable sources,” specifically farmers who “use…

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World Wildlife Fund U.K. Wants You to "Wear It Wild" on June 5

The World Wildlife Fund wants you to take a walk on the wild side. The British arm of the environmental nonprofit is challenging individuals, schools, businesses, and communities across…

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WWF, H&M Partner on "Game-Changing" Water-Conservation Strategy

H&M’s latest collaboration isn’t one you’d expect. The Swedish high-street retailer is partnering with the World Wildlife Fund on a “game-changing”…

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British Designers Fete Wearable Sculptures at WWF's "Pandamonium"

WHERE THE WILD THINGS WERE Guests such as Ben Fogle and Miranda Richardson noshed on catered bites by Kofler and Kompanie, knocked back flutes of champagne, and watched an open-air…

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Book a Granny to Remind You to Bundle Up for National Sweater Day

Are you guilty of chucking aside the sweaters your granny gives you every winter? The Canadian arm of World Wildlife Fund wants you to be a dear and dig those dusty jumpers out of your…

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