from April 1 to December 31



  • Aerie: Aerie has committed to a decrease of 40% in their manufacturing, which is where they see the majority of our GHG emissions (over 95%). In 2015, they joined the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Aerie is now sourcing more than 1600 tons of sustainable cotton, accounting for around 16% of our cotton supply. They have a goal to have 100% of their cotton more sustainably sourced by 2023.

  • Aesop: As a Certified B Corporation®, they meet the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability. By the end of 2021, 89% of their plastic bottles were made from recycled PET, and the aim is to increase that in 2022. The internal Sustainable Packaging Roadmap calls for using at least 50% recycled content across our entire plastic packaging range by 2025.

  • APM Monaco: APM Monaco sources and incorporates sustainable materials, compostable plastic, FSC carton boxes and recycled fabrics, anywhere they can. APM Monaco also works exclusively with suppliers and shipping partners that have signed a Code of Conduct entailing the respect of the environment, health, and safety measures, and that adhere to Green Commitments and the GHG Protocol. bags are made from eco-friendly products. Their range of accessories, including the tote bags, mini bags, and pouches, are made and designed maximizing the usage of recycled materials.

  • Aveda: Aveda is 100% vegan and is the first beauty company using 100% post consumer recycled PET. Now more than 85% of our skin care and hair styling PET bottles and jars contain 100% post consumer recycled materials. This saves over 600 tons of virgin plastic each year. Aveda helps protect and preserve 450K acres of pristine Amazon rainforest from deforestation, preserves hundreds of waterways including the Rio Gregorio, and prevents the release of approximately 35 million tons of CO2 into atmosphere, if these lands were not preserved.

  • Banana Republic: To this date, Banana Republic has saved 13,366,416 gallons of water which is enough to provide 73,000 people drinking water for a year. Banana Republic has also saved 19,649,273 plastic bottles that have been turned into garments. 

  • Capital One Cafe: Capital One Cafe procures 100% Renewable Energy across their portfolio. They ensure 95% or higher is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or contains 30% PCW recycled content and are committed to reduce 50% of campus landfill waste and reducing water across all locations by 20% by 2025.

  • Cole Haan Grandshop: Cole Haan's sustainability line uses a minimum of 25% naturally derived or recycled content by weight in that product. They leather used in products come from responsible leather sourcing from a gold rated tanneries. In addition they use recycled material in making of shoes which included recycled yarns. 

  • Diesel: The Diesel Library embodies a new approach to a more genderless design concept and it offers a wide range of iconic long-lasting wardrobe essentials. Every piece is designed to minimize impact, incorporating responsibly sourced cotton and other environmentally preferred materials and time, as well as washes and finishes designed to limit water and chemical usage. 

  • Diptyque: When diptyque bottles nature’s essence, it is a radical process. In collaboration with its partners – makers of aromas and fragrances – the Maison’s approach is sustainable and ethical. diptyque is working with local farmers on the Comoros archipelago’s tiny Moheli island to protect the endangered flower species from entirely disappearing. 

  • Dyson: Dyson battery research program is focused on unlocking future gains in performance and sustainability. The engineers are working on cells and material which are safer and more environmentally friendly. Dyson's LED technology makes it possible to have their lights last 60 years. In addition, Dyson examines each stage of a product's life - from raw material extraction through to the disposal - to identify the impacts and inefficiencies in existing designs, and reduce them. They are focused on using less energy and fewer resources in production and manufacturing phase, whilst reducing the environmental impact throughout the entire lifecycle.

  • Gap: Since 2019, Gap has saved more than 1.5 billion liters of water. In late 2020, Gap launched a solar and wind project that is leading to a 39% reduction of Green House Gas Emissions from the facilities.

  • iCHiNA: iCHiNA serve fresh and in-season ingredients, routinely changing the menu at least eight times a year to reflect produce from local farming partners in their most flavorful form. iCHiNA also partners with the most-high grade meat and seafood purveyors across the world including grass fed, certified humane beef and lamb from Anderson Ranch in Willamette Valley, Oregon, quality Miyazaki Wagyu beef imported from Japan and lobster from a New England purveyor based in Burlingame.

  • Lego: In 2018, Lego started making a range of sustainable LEGO elements from sugarcane to create polyethylene, a soft, durable and flexible plastic. Sugarcane grows at the same rate as they use it and is sourced sustainably. Lego works with sugarcane suppliers to ensure they meet the Responsible Ethanol Sourcing Framework .  Lego is proud to be balanced with 100% renewable energy due to the investments in offshore wind in Germany and the UK by their parent company KIRKBI A/S. Energy output from investments in renewables currently exceeds the energy used at our factories, offices and stores.

  • Levi's: WellThread is Levi's most sustainable collection as it's designed and modeled on four guiding principles: Materials People, Environment and Process. Levi’s® WellThread™ is made in Worker Well-Being facilities with rain-fed Cottonized Hemp, Water<Less® technologies and as many recycled materials as they can.

  • L'Occitane Provence: The L'OCCITANE Group was honored with an R-Award during the COP 21 by the Club Génération Responsable®. The club rewards companies who put into place outstanding initiatives that drive actions compatible with Sustainable Development issues. This award emphasises our global initiative to obtaining ISO 14001 certification for all of our activities. L'OCCITANE participates in Organic Farming with 75% of their strategic sectors being certified organic.

  • Lucid Motors: Lucid's mission is to design and build luxury electric vehicles with a deep respect for nature. Lucid works closely with suppliers to ensure interior materials are sumptuous — and environmentally responsible. They use sustainably harvested wood options include eucalyptus, walnut, and red oak. Textile options include an alpaca wool blend that requires minimal dye and recycled yarn processed with an advanced air-texturing process.

  • Lululemon: By 2025, Lululemon will achieve at least 75 percent sustainable materials for our products—including fibers that recycled, renewable, regenerative, sourced responsibly, or some combination thereof, and/or are manufactured using low-resource processes. By 2025, Lululemon will reduce average freshwater use intensity by 50% to manufacture our products.

  • Lush Handmade Cosmetics: Lush uses and prioritizes cleaner transport in the movement of their goods - choosing rail over truck, and ocean over air. Recognizing that they source fresh ingredients from all over the globe, making transport one of their top opportunities to reduce their carbon footprint. Approximately 60 percent of their operations are powered by renewable energy. That's enough to power 798 households for a year.

  • MCM: By the end of 2020, MCM Worldwide became a climate-neutral company for the first time. Their subsequent focus is on reducing energy, gas, water and paper consumption, while reducing waste and recycling wherever possible. Their positive environmental gains are driven by incorporating new technologies, making improvements to efficiency and engaging their employees on environmental concerns. In order to become a climate-neutral company, they've carefully invested in The Hyundai Energy Efficient Project, South Korea,  YingXing Glassworks Waste Heat to Energy, China & Liangdu Afforestation Project, China. 

  • Mulberry: Mulberry's UK factories are carbon neutral and their Somerset factories work with Zero Waste to landfill providers, recovering energy from waste which cannot be reused.

  • Nordstrom: In the past year alone, Nordstrom has become members of the Fashion Pact which has raised the bar for us as we set our 2025 sustainability goals and have launched a category of thousands of responsible products called Sustainable Style. Nordstrom is pushing themselves to be a better company and is proud to share their new sustainability goals focused on sustainable materials, recycling and reuse. Learn more.

  • Polestar: Their goal is to build sustainable electric cars and to help create a sustainable society. They aim to make a climate-neutral car by 2030 that leaves the factory gates with a zero carbon footprint.

  • Rag & Bone: Since 2017, rag & bone has been a proud partner of Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green denim recycling program, bettering the world one pair of jeans at a time. Drop off any denim from any brand and receive 25% off your denim purchase that day. 

  • Rituals: As of 2020, all Rituals stores now run on green electricity. By 2023, all Rituals formulas will be made of at least 90% natural origin ingredients.


  • Rothy's: Rothy's diverts plastic bottles from landfills and transform them into our signature thread—which we then knit into durable, washable and sustainable styles like shoes, bags and accessories. Their women’s shoes are made with 9% natural, renewable rubber from rubber plants, while The Driving Loafer contains 31% natural, renewable rubber. Women's styles (like The Point and The Flat) feature eco-friendly rubber outsoles that contain 26% natural minerals (in other words, sand). For their men’s shoes, the outsoles on The Driving Loafer contain 23% of this material. Learn More.

  • Quay: Quay clean’s commitment to sustainability is at core of their business. The Quayclean Environmental Management system puts their objectives to prevent environmental damage, minimize resource usage, minimize energy usage and minimize the production of waste into practice. Their work with Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust has helped them create sustainable recycling and waste management solutions, leading to an annual saving of almost $200,000, and an increase in recycling to over 71%.

  • Saje Natural Wellness: SNW's RPET program stands for Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate, which is a material made from recycled water bottles. This material is considered the most environmentally responsible and efficient reuse of plastic resources. They use it to create majority of their kit packaging. In 2020 and every year moving forward, they’ll repurpose 200,000+ water bottles with their RPET program.

  • The Body Shop: The Body Shop target is to ensure 100% of our natural ingredients are traceable and sustainably sourced. The Body Shop wants to ensure 70% of product packaging does not contain fossil fuels by 2020. So far, all our clear plastic bottles have 25% recycled material.

  • Williams Sonoma: Williams Sonoma is pledging to plant 6 million trees in partnership with Arbor Day Foundation (ADF) & from April 1-30 they are launching a fundraiser benefiting ADF. For each dollar donated Williams Sonoma & ADF will plant a tree. In addition, 100% natural ingredients are in their food products, 100% fair-trade certified coffee, 100% PFOA-Free Nonstick cookware and 97% Responsibly sourced cotton.

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