The Japanese fashion distribution giant, the owner of Uniqlo, has joined other companies such as Inditex, Adidas, Levi Strauss or PVH in the fight against climate change.
Fast Retailing commits to sustainability. The Japanese fashion distribution giant, the third-largest group in the sector by revenue, has signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action to fight climate change.
Consequently, the owner of Uniqlo stated that its “accelerating coordination with companies and stakeholders around the globe, and contributing to the realization of a sustainable world across industries, in a statement.”
Fast Retailing aims to contribute to the realization of a sustainable world across industries
The Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action was signed at the end of 2018 in the framework of the Katowice Climate Summit (Poland) to move towards a holistic commitment to climate action. Especially in the fashion sector which is committed to achieving zero net emissions to the atmosphere by 2050.
Among the companies that signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action are industry giants such as Adidas, Burberry, El Corte Inglés, Gap, H&M, Inditex, Kering, Levi Strauss, Nike, PVH, Puma or VF, among others.
In addition to fashion distributors, the pact is also signed by textile manufacturers and associations such as Textil Santanderina, Sympatex Technologies, Peak Performance Production, Paris Good Fashion or the French federation of Prêt à Porter Féminin.