Initiated by Global Fashion Agenda, a non-profit organization for fashion industry's collaboration on sustainability, CEO Agenda 2019 spells out eight priorities that will help make fashion more sustainable.
Around the world we have seen sustainability rise on the corporate agenda. People rightly request safer and more respectful working conditions. A growing share of consumers demands transparent practices. Company owners and shareholders seek to protect the long-term viability of their investments. These challenges present both a need for immediate change and an opportunity for long-term value creation. Investments in people and the planet are indispensable to ready the fashion industry for a prosperous future. In short, sustainability is no longer just a trend. It’s a business imperative.
Initiated by Global Fashion Agenda, a non-profit organization for fashion industry's collaboration on sustainability, CEO Agenda 2019 spells out eight priorities that will help make fashion more sustainable. To illustrate how the CEO Agenda contributes to sustainable development as aspired by the United Nations, relevant Sustainable Development Goals are listed under each priority.
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