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The brand is owned by:
Hennes & Mauritz Group
General score:
3.5 / 7
Social responsibility
3.5 / 7
Score table
0.5 / 2
Processing methods
1 / 2
Environmental management
0.5 / 1
1 / 1
Carbon footprint
0.5 / 1
Labour standards
2 / 4
Social economy
0.5 / 2
1 / 1
H&M is a well-known clothing brand that offers casual clothing for adults and children. The H&M brand includes collections created from more responsible raw materials, but compared to all collections, this is a small percentage. The share of organic cotton (including BCI) is about 20% of all cotton consumption (the rest is conventional cotton). H&M also uses fabrics such as recycled polyester and polyamide or tencell. The proportion of recycled materials ranges from 6 to about 17%. Since more sustainable fabrics are found in many clothes, but not necessarily always a high proportion of this raw material, it is worth reading labels carefully. 69% of packaging is made of recycled materials or other sustainable sources. In addition, the brand has declared that by the end of 2025, all wood and paper used in products and packaging will be FSC-certified or from recycled materials. The brand is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint: for example, 90% of its goods are transported by sea or rail, and some of the company's buildings are powered by electricity produced by solar cells.H&M is also making some efforts to improve employment conditions in its supply chain. The company is a member of the Fair Labor Association's multi-stakeholder initiative, which conducts audits at subcontractor factories. Most suppliers are located in Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Turkey. H&M has signed the ACCORD agreement regarding the fire safety of factory buildings in Bangladesh. In 2022, H&M created a photo shoot of its collection and invited women of all shapes and with different personal and health stories to be part of it, thus wanting to promote body-positivity. H&M publicly discloses its list of 1st, 2nd and 3rd tier suppliers.
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