Our Promise to the Planet
We're committed to a more sustainable future. Through our corporate programs, sustainability goals, the products we make and the products we carry, our path forward is designed to prioritize the environment every step of the way. For Earth Day 2021, we shine a spotlight on innovative brands doing incredible things to protect the planet we call home.
Outdoor clothes and accessories with a mission. To date, Parks Project has raised more than $1.3 million to restore and preserve our nation's parklands.
HOW TO HELP
GET YOUR HANDS DIRTY: join a volunteer group restoring parkland on the ground level.
USE YOUR VOICE: write letters to your local leaders to advocate for park preservation.
GIVE BACK: donate to conservancies fighting to protect parklands.
HIT THE TRAILS: the first step to advocating for parklands is to experience them.
We're partnered with Clean Air Task Force, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing atmospheric pollution through research, advocacy and private-sector collaboration.
LESS WATER, GREATER DENIM
• Levi's Water<Less techniques can save up to 96% of water normally used in the denim finishing process.
• Water<Less denim gets its softness from tumbling in a dryer with hard objects like golf balls and bottle caps.
• To date, the Water<Less program has saved 4.2 billion liters of water and recycled 9 billion.
The global standard for ethical jewelry production, RJC certification requires responsible practices for human rights, labor rights, environmental impact and mining practices.
Committed to ethical luxury, John Hardy jewelry is made with 100% reclaimed silver and gold and ethically sourced gemstones.
Let's make the world less trashy! Package Free is a one-stop shop for zero-waste versions of everyday essentials, from beauty to cleaning to kid stuff—plus all-in-one kits to get you started on the path to less trash.
To date, Package Free has kept hundreds of millions of pieces of trash out of landfills.
Functional, modern homeware and decor—no virgin resources required. ChopValue pieces use an innovative material made entirely of discarded disposable chopsticks.
33 MILLION CHOPSTICKS RECYCLED
We're partnered with FABSCRAP, a nonprofit organization that has pioneered a system to recycle and reuse fabric waste, creating an accessible materials resource for creative communities while reducing the fashion industry’s impact on the planet.
We're partnered with Homeboy Electronics Recycling, a service that provides employment opportunities for formerly incarcerated men and women.
We're partnered with GrowNYC, an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in New York City through environmental programs like greenmarkets, gardening, community recycling and environmental education.