27 Apr '12, 12pm

PPR Group has strengthened its long-term commitment to sustainability:

which includes several global brand names and fashion houses such as Puma, Redcats and Gucci, has strengthened its long-term commitment to sustainability with the introduction of environmental and social five-year targets across its luxury and sports and lifestyle brands and the acquisition of a stake in a carbon offsetting company.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2012042711486/fashion-retail-ne...

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