Reve en vert podcast with Ganni founder Nicolaj Reffstrup sustainable fashion and transparency


Nicolaj talks about a self imposed carbon tax, the importance of getting politicians involved in regulating the fashion industry and the future of sustainable investment and ethical shareholders. Nicolaj also talks about the beginning of Ganni Lab, a new element of corporate social responsibility at the company that puts transparency at the forefront of their sustainable strategy. This is a really interesting conversation in that it takes a look at how big fashion brands can really think about turning the ship around whilst not losing the inevitable need for success in the capitalistic economy we currently inhabit.

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