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By 2030, the global middle class is expected to have increased to 5 billion people and the consumption of textiles and shoes by 65 % compared to 2015. The world is already using around 1.6 planet's worth of resources every year. But creativity and innovation can flip the numbers in planet’s favour and help enable the biggest transformation ever in the fashion industry. That’s the reason why the non-profit H&M Foundation tries to move the needle by its innovation challenge Global Change Award.
Recycling at H&M Group
When the time comes to part with a piece of clothing, what could be more climate-conscious than passing it on for re-use or recycling? Here’s how we help our customers dispose of their cast-offs in a responsible way — because sending them to landfill is not an option...
It’s not easy making a living out of weaving banana plant fibre into baskets. But if you organise artisans into production units, develop products suited to markets all over the world and create demand by collaborating with global brands like ours, you have a thriving sustainable business. Here’s how H&M Group is supporting Bangalore Greenkraft, which is empowering women in Madurai, India.
Mothers in rural Uganda and Rwanda are finding secure home-based employment as social entrepreneurs, far from the factory floor. Here’s a look at how the non-profit organisation Nest is helping to preserve cultural traditions and empower women by supporting All Across Africa, a socially responsible and economically sustainable enterprise.