After weathering the initial shock of the coronavirus crisis, many fashion companies have started to publish their sustainability goals for the next five to 10 years. But these initiatives risk falling short of an industry-wide imperative to drastically reduce environmental impact within the next decade.
This week, Felicia Mayo, former head of diversity at Tesla, replaced Kellie Leonard in a similar role at the American sportswear giant.
The company has ramped up efforts in reshaping its portfolio and elevating its most powerful brands like Vans, Wrangler and Timberland.
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