Boohoo explores vintage fabrics and resale websites as it targets sustainability

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As part of its commitment to ESG and in tandem with the Agenda for Change, Boohoo has announced a host of sustainability pledges in a bid to ensure a better future for the business.

The fashion giant has launched its UpFront sustainability strategy, making commitments to overhaul its materials, supply chain and corporate governance to include sustainable thinking on all levels.

As part of its strategy Boohoo – which owns brands including Boohoo, BoohooMan, NastyGal, MissPap, Karen Millen, Coast, Oasis and Warehouse, as well as the newly acquired Debenhams, and Arcadia’s Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton – has committed to reducing its carbon footprint in line with science-based targets equivalent to 52% reduction in emissions relative to its growth.

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