H&M Group, Gap Inc. top Better Cotton Initiative 2018 Leaderboard

Better Cotton Initiative published its 2018 leaderboard for
retailers and brands committed to incorporated Better Cotton into
their sourcing strategies and processes. The non-profit organization
defines a more sustainable practice in sourcing cotton, helping its
industry partners to do so.

By 2020, Better Cotton Initiative hopes for Better Cotton to
account for 30 percent of global cotton production. It acknowledges in
its leaderboard report that its members made great contributions to
this goal in 2018.Forty-six of these members pledged goals in 2018 to
improve cotton sourcing by a set date.

The H&M Group topped Better Cotton Initiative’s leaderboard, which
was determined by Better Cotton sourcing volumes. H&M has been a
member of Better Cotton Initiative since 2010. In 2018, it announced
that and pledged that all of Monki’s materials
would be sustainably sourced by 2030.

Gap Inc. was ranked as number 3 on the list, preceded by Ikea. that every
brand within its portfolio will source 100 percent of its cotton
sustainably by 2025.

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Other leaderboard members included Adidas, Nike Inc., Levi Strauss
& Co. PVH Corp., Target Corp., Marks and Spencer and Tesco Clothing,
in order.

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