Nelly is committed to long-term sustainable business - by acting sustainably from economic, social and environmental perspectives.
That means sustainability in the big picture: like our goal to reduce our total emissions by 50% by 2030. And it means sustainability in the small picture: like continuously working to reduce unnecessary returns for every product, driving sustainability issues in all meetings with our suppliers, and testing how we can reduce the use of plastic for our supplier deliveries. That's how we believe change happens - in big and small ways!
We have been a member of STICA since the beginning of 2019 and are committed to reducing our climate impact in line with the 1.5 degree target and reporting emissions in accordance with the GHG Protocol.
We are working towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals through our Sustainability Agenda, which is linked to six of them in particular.
OUR THREE FOCUS AREAS IN SUSTAINABILITY:
Go circular – we want to reduce our climate impact and manage our resources
Read more about our work to reduce our environmental and climate impact and to offer more sustainable products.
Fortify self-esteem among young women – we want to create a community where the young woman feels respected and celebrated!
Celebrate the fab you! Read more about how we work to encourage and celebrate the young woman
OUR OVERALL SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
Nelly's own production will only take place in externally audited factories
Achieve ”Net zero” in our own operations
50% of our textile products will be made of more sustainable materials
Reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2030
TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE MORE
Together we are stronger and can increase our impact! Global improvements are driven by collaborations between different types of actors in several countries. For sustainable development, we all need to work together: companies, governments and authorities, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, customers - you name it! Nelly drives sustainability in collaboration with a range of initiatives and stakeholders.
WE ARE ON A JOURNEY
Nelly becomes members of Amfori
Amfori Code of Conduct adopted and implemented in supplier agreements
Third party social audit of own production factories initiated
New process on quality and chemical management in place
Sustainability issues become a central part of operations - sustainability working groups are formed
Nelly becomes a member of STICA and Better Cotton
Definition of sustainable materials is implemented and targets for 2025 are set.
Sustainability site and sustainability communication on product created
New digital return process introduced
Nelly's first sustainability strategy in place
Measurability of sustainability goals created
Nelly conducts its first climate mapping
Climate targets for own operations to 2023 are set
Nelly becomes a stand-alone company and produces its first own sustainability report
Nelly becomes a member of Textile Exchange
Increasing the share of sustainable materials
Nelly sets its long-term climate target for 2030
Nelly includes emissions from Tier 1 factories in climate & sustainability report
First and second Reborn collections released
Complete climate calculation completed
Number of products purchased with more sustainable materials has increased by 201% from 2020
Nelly signs The International Accord for health and safety in the textile and garment industry
To be continued!
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