our strategic brands definitions of sustainability

Sustainability is a journey. One of transparency, openness, and commitment to making change and taking steps towards a more sustainable reality. And if we are being honest with you, our journey has just begun. So, while we’re working on defining what sustainability means to us, have a look below for our valued strategic brands’ definitions of what a sustainable product means to them. #daretochange with us today!


Nike’s purpose is to unite the world through sport to create a healthy planet, active communities, and an equal playing field for all. Nike’s purpose work can be organized by impact areas, including employees, community impact, people working in the supply chain, energy & carbon, waste, water, and chemistry.  

Nike reports progress annually through our Nike Impact Report within a framework of Sustainability, Diversity & Inclusion, and Community Impact targets for 2020. Nike is currently in the process of setting 2025 targets. Nike is a member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, a group of 250+ organizations committed to measuring and improving environmental sustainability impacts in the apparel and footwear industry. 





Adidas believes plastic today is a problem tomorrow. Adidas continues to address their overall carbon footprint, by shifting to using 100% recycled polyester in their products by 2024.   

Adidas aims to reduce Greenhouse gas emissions from both its own activities and those of its suppliers by 30% by 2030 when compared to 2017. Adidas knows this is bigger than sports, this is for our future.  

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