4% of carbon emissions globally come from clothing. That is as much carbon as is emitted by France, Germany and the U.K. combined.
Over 70 million people (80% being women of color) work long hours in unsafe conditions while not making enough to live on.
93% of companies do not pay livable wages and most are not on track to meet their science-based climate targets.
We are a global advocacy organization fighting for fair pay and climate justice in the clothing industry. We lead collective action to disrupt the $2.5 trillion clothing industry. We are building a global network of citizens, press, legislators and labor leaders to connect the industry’s biggest problems with effective solutions.
Today, 100 billion units of clothes are made annually for less than 8 billion people on the planet. Our Theory of Change is that paying living wages reduces the human and environmental harms with which our clothes are made today. Higher wages would shift the industry’s focus from producing cheap and disposable product while reducing carbon emissions.
We inspire and train the next generation of changemakers to be fierce advocates for climate and gender justice.
We are growing our changemaker community with partnerships across universities, high schools and middle schools, including Columbia University, UC Berkeley and St. Andrews.
We engage 90+ of the world’s biggest companies via our annual Fashion Accountability Report to improve their sustainability scores — including Amazon, Adidas, UNIQLO, Burberry and H&M.
Our annual #NoNewClothes campaign inspires consumer behavior change and saves resources.
We spearhead a global coalition of garment workers, labor rights groups, NGOs and activists to change laws and hold brands accountable.
100% of your donations will go toward fighting injustices in the clothing industry. Invest with us to reduce climate impact and get the women who make our clothes paid fairly.
Remake, a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit.