H&M is a global leader in fashions that are produced on the cheap, but that doesn't mean it fails at corporate responsibility, writes Leon Kaye. The retailer has reduced water usage, has a strong record on human rights, charity and women in management, and will release a sustainability report this week that is expected to show more. "It may be too early to give H&M a free pass and applaud them for sustainability. But the company has taken many huge steps quickly," Kaye argues.
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