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Slowing sustainability transition in the fashion industry
May 2019: Improving social and environmental practices of the fashion industry has slowed by a third in 2018 in comparison to previous years, leading to strengthened calls for fashion companies to focus on system wide changes based on collaboration with bargain brands.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / March 2019
Waste exports
June 2019: An increasing number of South-East Asian countries are restricting waste imports, leading to spikes in landfill deposits and waste incineration in developed nations. However, this could encourage efforts to create a global governance framework for ‘circular’ resource management practices in the long-run.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / June 2019
Climate change challenges human rights
September 2019: Climate change has the potential to erode human rights, such as social security, access to food, healthcare, shelter, and decent work. The report identifies government leadership and private sector investments as key drivers to adapt current human rights mechanisms.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / September 2019
Gender inequality and environmental resilience
December 2018: Gender inequality can have ancillary consequences for climate change and climate resilience. Climate change vulnerability reinforces gender disparities and can lead to higher levels of violence in developing countries.
Located in Resources / Sustainability Horizons / December 2018