WWD is reporting that fast fashion retailer H&M has teamed with the World Wildlife Fund to minimize its impact on water. H&M employees will be trained to use water responsibly (whatever that means) and H&M will work with regional players to support better management of river basins in China and Bangladesh. While this is a very noble effort, what about underpaid workers and design piracy? While H&M is plotting to save the earth, nearly 200 garment workers in Cambodia are locked in a dispute with Kingsland Garment Cambodia Ltd., an H&M supplier, over unpaid wages. The workers are owed approximately $200,000 in wages. While H&M denies any involvement, this isn't the first time the company has been called out for irresponsible labor practices. So, what do you think? Is H&M really concerned about the environment or is it just focusing on easier to tackle initiatives?