On December 16, Typhoon Rai, locally named Odette, hit Philippines with full force. The typhoon brought destruction and hardship to some of the most vulnerable communities in the country. H&M Foundation is donating USD 100,000 to the Red Cross to support the people affected.
With the power of visual communication, non-profit H&M Foundation and prominent photography museum Fotografiska are joining forces to inspire action connected to the urgent issues addressed in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Welcome to the first episode of the H&M Foundation podcast! Why do we exist, really? What do we do and how are we driving positive change beyond the company sphere? Put your headphones on, take a 20 minutes’ walk or rest and press the play button!
In a unique partnership, the H&M Foundation, BRAC and The Asia Foundation launch the “STITCH for RMG Global Innovation Challenge” – an international virtual competition aimed at sourcing tech-based innovations to spur positive impact on women employed within the Ready-Made Garment (RMG) industry in Bangladesh. Application is now open and to be submitted by 25 November 2021.
Investors have a huge opportunity to generate impressive investment returns while making a significant difference to the planet. Planet Tracker’s new report explains the financial gains that can be made by investing in processes that lower the environmental footprint of wet processing.
Today, an ambitious project to address textile waste in Cambodia was announced. The lead role is played by the Green Machine, the world’s first technology that can recycle blend textiles at scale, developed by The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel Limited (HKRITA) and the H&M Foundation.
With the mission to power the fashion industry’s transition to circular commerce, EON brings brands, retailers and industry online to create new systems, incentives and business models – for an equitable, profitable and planet positive fashion future.
Tech magazine WIRED’s New Moves series in collaboration with H&M focuses on those making positive steps to shift the industry’s approach to sustainability. Listen to our Innovation Lead, Erik Bang, explain how we work disrupt the fashion industry.
A large share of the 150 billion garments that are produced each year go to waste. Reverse Resources was founded with a conviction to do something about it, thus created a platform where textile leftovers are mapped, traced and traded.
Over production is depleting the earth’s resources. An American trio decided to take action and started unspun, a techstyle brand that engineers jeans straight from the future.