Fashion Pollutes The Planet
Fashion Pollutes The Planet.
It is no longer a news but a fact that the fashion industry is one of the largest contributors to the climate risk. But the time for beating around the bush has come and gone. Climate change and its effects are .Good news, though—it’s not too late to get our act together. But it means businesses everywhere need to re-evaluate their priorities. And consumers need to hold them accountable. Lucky for us, reducing our environmental impact has been a top priority since day one.
But now, we’re taking things further.
With our list of sustainability commitments, we plan to cut our footprint in half by 2025. Then reduce it to near zero by 2030. In the meantime, we’ll continue to be 100% carbon neutral.
Reverse Climate Change Through Better Business
A) Establishing a 3 step approach to hold ourselves accountable
B) Outlining priorities to reduce our footprint
C) Committing to concrete changes by 2025
We measure everything that contributes to our carbon footprint, from the factory floor to the lights in offices. Each product now features a specific calculation of its carbon footprint in the description filed available on the product page. They were calculated using the 2030 calculator by Doconomy.
We are constantly innovating our manufacturing methods to achieve reductions in the emission linked to the production of our products.To us, transparency is not a drill. It's not short-term. It's not marketing. It's our way of deepening our relationship with our customers and become unified in our willingness to create a more sustainable future together.
As part of our ambition to strengthen our commitment to transparency and sustainability, while striving for longer-term climate goals, we offset all emissions to operate as a carbon neutral business.
We work with CLOVERLY, a third party solution to help enterprises measure and offset its carbon foot print.