We will set targets to safeguard future water resources.
Our owned and operated buildings globally will be powered by 100% renewable energy.
We will provide our customers and consumers with information on the environmental impacts of our core products, and we will show year-on-year improvements.
Our electricity consumption in our owned and operated buildings globally will be reduced by 30%.
We will have 100% approved and traceable chemistry in our core products.
75% of all product orders will be consolidated in suppliers that are highly rated in our sustainability evaluation.
100% of our key waste streams from our head offices and owned and operated logistics centers will be recycled or reused.
We commit to reduce absolute scope 1 and 2 GHG emission by 50%.
We commit to reduce absolute scope 3 GHG emission from purchased goods and services and upstream and downstream transportation by 30%.
We recognise that climate change is one of the biggest threats that our world faces right now. For that reason, we believe that all actors in society must take immediate action and work collaboratively towards a low carbon future for our planet.
Our climate targets are aligned with the latest scientific research and data and are approved by the leading corporate collaboration for ambitious action on climate change – SBTi – to make sure our work to reduce GHG emissions will have a genuine impact.
With offices, warehouses and operational buildings across the globe, we can reduce our direct footprint with energy reduction targets and renewable energy.
Through a power purchase agreement (PPA), we are sourcing renewable electricity from our parent company’s solar power plant to cover our electricity use. With this PPA we achieved our first science-based target in late 2021.
Becoming climate positive means removing more greenhouse gases (GHG) than we emit.
That means that we have a critical responsibility to do our utmost to reduce GHG emissions. But we must work with partners across the industry to reach our ambitious climate targets.
To reduce our climate impact, we need to reconsider how we consume energy, water, chemicals and raw materials, as well as how to make our waste into a resource. Our work in this area is set out in our Fashion FWD strategy and considers the design, production and delivery of our products, as well as our own offices, logistics centres and retail stores.