ESG are a set of standards for a company’s behaviour used by socially conscious investors to screen potential investments. -Investopedia What are Environmental, Social, and Governance policies? ESG policies consider how a company interacts with the environment, including corporate policies meant to address issues such as climate change. The social aspect of the policy examines …
“The global plastic and packaging challenges associated with the climate crisis have given the Coca-Cola company a reason to act. The focus is on their business model and the communities they supply.”
Sustainability has quickly become one of the fashion industry’s favourite buzzwords, for it not only makes people feel like they’re a part of something but because it has forced every aspect of the industry to re-evaluate their contributions
Fast fashion alone produces 20% of global wastewater, contaminating rivers, oceans, drinking water and soil. It also emits 1.2 billion tons of CO2 per year, more than air travel and shipping combined. With such clear and convincing statistics on how fast fashion is an environmental and social threat, why do we still buy cheaply designed and massively produced clothing?