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This is how the fashion industry can reduce its carbon emissions

From making fashion a circular economy, to changing consumer behaviour, here's what needs to change. Image: Unsplash/Artificial Photography

Anna Granskog

Partner, McKinsey & Company

Libbi Lee

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company

Karl-Hendrik Magnus

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Achim Berg

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

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