You may notice that we are referring to H&M group in many parts of our sustainability work. As part of the H&M group, we can use the H&M sustainability solutions and work on a larger scale than most small fashion brands can.
With size comes not only responsibility, but also increased possibility to influence positive development. As one example H&M group has its own staff in each production market who are daily contact with our supplier factories to secure that we only work with factories that meets our minimum standards. They also engage in joint projects to improve workplace dialogue and strengthen worker voices, wages, water management and energy efficiency. Our colleagues also engage with local NGOs, experts and governments to influence structural change on industry and country level. The H&M group aims to drive and lead sustainable development within the fashion industry and to do this size and collaboration is essential.
We commit to all the sustainability goals that H&M group sets, such as becoming climate positive by 2040 and obey the same regulations about chemicals, water usage and working conditions in the factories. We also have access to the research on innovations and support on our way towards more sustainable fashion.
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