In connection to the World Economic Forum in Davos, H&M Foundation’s Global Manager Anna Gedda met with veteran news presenter Andrew Wilson in an interview series promoting the world’s innovators, leaders experts and academics with the aim of driving positive change.
Leather recycling, AI sorting and the roll-out of Green Machine. On December 7, our strategy lead Christiane Dolva will share insights and reflections on the 30+ research programmes funded by H&M Foundation at the Planet Positive Perspectives Research Insights webinar. Everything in only 30 minutes!
TextileGenesis traceability platform is increasing by 500,000 per cent, SeaChange Technologies’ disruptive wastewater solution is heading into commercial trials, and Reverse Resources are tracing 1,000 tons of textile waste per month.
To turn the fashion industry planet positive, innovation must succeed. During the Accelerator bootcamp week, 24 brilliant teams received invaluable coaching from the experts and leaders that can help them scale. We’ve listed the key learnings from the week.
Are you a planet hero? What would happen if all CO2 emissions completely stopped, or what share of all agricultural land worldwide is used for feeding animals? Test your knowledge in this short quiz, you will most likely be surprised and learn something new!
Since 2020, we’re piloting a brand-new strategy to create Inclusive Societies, aiming to invent next practice for systems change and ensuring equity for the long-term. By using Collective Impact, we are now two years into facilitating cross-sectoral ecosystems and building holistic programs that look at the broader needs of marginalized groups in India and Bangladesh.
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!
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.