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5 May 2016

Haiti: Timberland’s tree-planting project helps farmers increase their income

Author: Larissa Zimberoff, Guardian (UK)

"In Haiti, a project to help farmers inspires a sustainable cotton movement", 28 Apr 2016...

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23 April 2016

Alliance for Bangladesh Workers Safety

The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety (Alliance) is a legally binding, five-year commitment to improve safety in Bangladeshi ready-made garment (RMG) factories. The Alliance was organized in 2013 through the Bipartisan Policy Center with...

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10 February 2016

Response by VF Corp

Author: VF Corp

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Company non-response
29 January 2016

VF Corp did not respond

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4 January 2016

Hundreds of executives to gather in Arizona for post-COP21 forum

Author: Becky Dempsey, GreenBiz

More than 700 sustainability executives are set to convene next month in Arizona to discuss the trends, tools and technologies needed to move their companies toward a more sustainable future, energized by the climate goals set last month by the Paris...

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Disclosure
31 December 2015

VF Factory Compliance Overview - Metrics for 2015

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8 December 2015

Company pledges on climate change during Paris talks by sector

Author: Heather Clancy & Barbara Grady, GreenBiz (USA)

"A cheat sheet to industry-specific COP21 pledges", 8 Dec 2015...

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3 December 2015

7 apparel company CEOs call for strong climate deal

Author: Meg Wilcox, Ceres

Citing droughts, temperature shifts and other impacts that will make apparel production “more difficult and costly,” the CEOs of seven top global apparel companies today issued a statement calling on government leaders to reach a strong climate change...

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10 November 2015

Corporate Information Transparency Index (CITI) ranks 100 brands on environmental supply chain performance in China

On October 22, 2015, the Corporate Information Transparency Index (CITI) released its ranking of 100 brands on their environmental supply chain performance in China. 

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23 October 2015

Leading apparel brands & civil society announce project to create industry-wide standardised methodology for assessing labour conditions in supply chains

Author: Sedex

"Sedex Joins World’s Leading Apparel Brands and Organisations to Transform Global Labour Conditions", 21 Oct 2015...

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