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AAFA says apparel sector must align with global efforts on climate change

2022-04-26

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The American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) has joined forces with other leading organisations to unify the fashion industry’s efforts on climate change and says industry policies must align with global efforts.

Earth Day

The fashion industry has engaged in and remains fully committed to enhancing sustainability and social responsibility within the apparel, accessories, and footwear industry’s supply chains, the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) said in a statement published on Earth Day (Friday 22 April).

“The thousands of brands and organisations we represent are committed to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG),” the statement says, “working pre-competitively to achieve the highest ethical and responsible standards across our global supply chain and production practices. We continue to transform our industry from the inside out to ensure we are meeting our climate targets and sustainability and governance goals in a responsible and productive manner.”

In what the AAFA calls an ‘Earth Day 2022 Statement from the Industry,’ it goes on to explain, that fashion brands and retailers have committed to advancing environmental, social, and governance goals over the past several years, and that through their efforts, companies have repeatedly demonstrated a shared commitment to working together to further responsible business practices and meet increasingly ambitious ESG targets.

“To help the industry continue to build on its ESG progress and succeed in reaching 2030 and 2050 climate action and decarbonisation targets, we will continue to facilitate policy and innovation conversations, in alignment with the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action’s guidelines,” AAFA comments, “Additionally, we will conduct and share research from diverse perspectives of fashion stakeholders, businesses of varied scales, price points, and specialisations to identify gaps and opportunities for reducing barriers to progress.”

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