Revealed: Reality of Life Working in an Ivanka Trump Clothing Factory (The Guardian)
"Employees describe being paid one of the lowest minimum wages in Asia, and there are claims of impossibly high production targets and sporadically compensated overtime."
Net-a-Porter Says No to Fur (New York Times)
"Given that Yoox Net-a-Porter has 2.9 million customers in 180 countries, 29 million monthly unique visitors and 2016 net revenues of €1.9 billion, this is a pretty big deal."
H&M, Zara, M&S and Others Found Buying from Highly Polluting Factories in Asia (Independent)
"10 companies control around 70 per cent of global viscose production, meaning there is a clear opportunity for rapid and transformational change across the sector."
If Trump Won’t Fight Climate Change, Clothing Brands Will (GQ)
"Officially named We Are Still In, the pledge has been signed by 1,370 businesses and investors (along with 9 states, 275 colleges and universities, and 178 cities and counties), and the list is still growing."
Spinning on Empty Stomachs in India’s Textile Hub (Eco-Business)
“We found that 65 percent of workers have broiler chicken or an egg once a month and only 11.2 percent have greens in a month. What they eat is not enough for the work they do.”