In an increasingly digital world, it’s crucial that fashion brands wishing to meet their sustainability goals are equipped with a digitized supply chain to keep track of their processes.
The company sets new science-based climate target to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its full value chain by 2050, including all scope 3 emissions (as defined by SBTi) such as those created by agriculture and suppliers, through to emissions from consumers using its iconic household brands such as Ben’s Originals, M&M’s & Royal Canin.
At Mars, we are committed to taking the critical actions needed to address the health and sustainability of our planet, and firmly believe that engaging you – the consumer – in the fight against climate change is an imperative.
Driven by a common conviction that the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and aspirations for a sustainable industry can only be achieved through collaborative initiatives, Cartier, delegated by Richemont, and Kering, in partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), have come together to broaden and strengthen their action, launching the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030.
Nestlé Waters will expand its current efforts to manage water sustainably and increase its collaboration with partners to identify and support local solutions. These solutions are designed to help regenerate the ecosystems in the areas around each of Nestlé Waters’ 48 sites. As of 2025, they will help nature retain more water than the business uses in its operations.
Currency-neutral sales up 27%, despite high-single-digit drag from external factors.
ASICS’ most environmentally sustainable cross-category collection ever uses around 5 tons of recycled textile waste alongside resource-saving production processes.