Climate Positive

Our stuff has been carbon, water, and waste neutral since 2015, but it’s no longer enough just to be neutral. Climate scientists say that once global average temperatures increase above 1.5 degrees Celsius we are pretty much f*cked. But there’s still time to fix this mess.

The fashion industry is responsible for up to 10% of global carbon emissions and needs to nearly halve its emissions total by 2030 to prevent severe climate change impacts. But instead, the industry is on track to double emissions by 2050.

The reality is that we all need to do a lot more.


Our stuff has been carbon, water, and waste neutral since 2015, but it’s no longer enough just to be neutral. Climate scientists say that once global average temperatures increase above 1.5 degrees Celsius we are pretty much f*cked. But there’s still time to fix this mess.

The fashion industry is responsible for up to 10% of global carbon emissions and needs to nearly halve its emissions total by 2030 to prevent severe climate change impacts. But instead, the industry is on track to double emissions by 2050.

The reality is that we all need to do a lot more.

Starting right now, we’re getting even more serious about reducing our carbon footprint and investing in solutions that remove more greenhouse gasses than we emit. We’ll have to change our business in all kinds of ways, from how our clothes are made to how they end up in your closet, and every step in between. And while we might not know exactly how to pull it all off just yet, here’s how we’re getting started.

We’ll share our climate positive roadmap and detailed strategies in 2021, so that any brands who want to join us can. Because we all need to move boldly and quickly in response to the climate crisis. Shoot us a note at sustainability@thereformation.us if you’re interested in getting involved.

And as always, we’ll keep you all in the loop with our Quarterly Sustainability Report updates.

Let’s make David Attenborough proud.
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