We are committed to transforming our business and changing the way fashion collections are produced, consumed, and used.
Since 2018, we have been measuring greenhouse gas emissions along the entire value chain from the moment of material sourcing, through production, transport, and use by our customers. As a result, we are aware of our greatest environmental impact and which areas require our biggest attention.
In line with the Paris Agreement calling for action against global warming, we aim to gradually reduce our environmental impact.
To this end, acting in line with scientific guidelines but also the global environmental goals of the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” adopted by UN member states, in our operations we implement solutions seeking to successively reduce our emissions and regularly monitor the progress of these measures.
In 2021, we independently calculated our carbon footprint in all three scopes in accordance with the GHG Protocol guidelines, defining the most carbon-intensive processes for that matter.
In doing so, we identified the areas requiring the most urgent changes that will, in turn, allow us to make a real contribution to reducing the rate of increase in the Earth’s average temperature above 1.5°C over pre-industrial levels.
In 2022, we were the first Polish apparel company to join the global Science Based Targets initiative supporting the private sector’s efforts to combat global warming and developed specific decarbonisation targets that were subjected to professional scientific assessment according to the SBTi methodology.
The results of the assessment obtained will allow us to develop a sound decarbonisation strategy.