Diane Pham

11 Things We Took Away From Gap’s 2010 Social Responsibility Report

by , 08/24/11

Gap, corporate social responsibility, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

Globalization has put the practices of many corporations under question – especially those with operations overseas. So in an age where heightened corporate responsibility is pertinent, what do anchor retailers like Gap have to say for themselves on the subject? On Monday, Gap released its fifth Social and Environmental Responsibility report with a ”comprehensive update on its supply chain operations, environmental programs, and community investment efforts” from 2009 to 2010. Curious about what the retailer is doing, but don’t have time to read the 160-page report? Hit jump for some of the key points we took away.

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