Five Chinese nongovernmental organizations released a report October 8 finding that some well known apparel brands, including Marks & Spencer, Disney, JCPenney, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger, are inadequately managing the environmental responsibilities of their supply chains in the country. The report, Sustainable Apparel’s Critical Blind Spot: The Second Phase Green Choice Alliance Cleaning up the Fashion Industry Report, concluded that many international brands have started moving garment processing out of the country, but it continues to be the world leader in dyeing and finishing, which accounts for more of the water and energy consumption as well as pollution discharges in the life cycle of producing apparel.