By  on June 28, 2019

Levi Strauss & Co. wants to keep cleaning up. 

The eco-minded jeans and apparel brand says it’s trying to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its operations and throughout its supply chain, and to use less water. To get there by 2025, the company said on Thursday it has entered into a $2.3 million agreement with the International Finance Corp., a World Bank Group member that has worked with private companies on energy-saving and cost-cutting projects in the developing world.  

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