Fast fashion story: How a Japanese brand is responding

Brands like Uniqlo are doing what they can in small ways to be greener, such as working with local partners to hold clean-up activities – this was a day spent scooping out rubbish from the Melaka River in June 2023. — Uniqlo

WITH its stated aim to “change the world for the better by making and selling great clothes”, the Japan-based Fast Retailing Group, parent of the Uniqlo fashion brand, says it is working on “transformative innovation” to create an organisation that embraces a sustainable supply chain while respecting diversity.

“Our many initiatives are designed to create a good future for our planet, society, and people,” it said on its sustainability reporting website that is updated annually.

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