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H&M showed bogus environmental scores for its clothing

Fast-fashion giant H&M showed customers environmental scorecards for its clothing that were misleading and, in many cases, outright deceptive, a Quartz investigation has found. The findings add to mounting skepticism and new regulatory scrutiny of the fast-fashion industry’s attempt to self-police its environmental record.

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    Quartz investigation: H&M showed bogus environmental scores for its clothing

    Quartz investigation: H&M showed bogus environmental scores for its clothing

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    Quartz - Amanda Shendruk

    Fast-fashion giant H&M showed customers environmental scorecards for its clothing that were misleading and, in many cases, outright deceptive, a Quartz investigation has found.

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