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Timberland has released its 2013 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance data. The global brand first started reporting annual CSR data in 2001. Timberland’s persistent commitment to reduce its impact on the environment.
Timberland’s 2013 CSR Report presents data against four key pillars identified as priorities for the brand: product, climate, factories and service. From closing in on its one millionth volunteer service hour, to increasing the use of recycled, organic or renewable materials in its products, 2013 highlights include:
Bringing a sustainable style through increased use of eco-conscious materials.
New carbon reporting structure elevated to parent company (VF Corp) in 2013.
Striving to have a positive impact on the communities in which Timberland work.
Timberland’s vision of being the largest, most sustainable outdoor lifestyle brand on earth, a key area of focus for 2014 will be continuing to innovate on the product side, increasing its use of recycled, organic and renewable materials across all categories, while also delivering the versatile styling consumers demand. Timberland will also continue to identify opportunities to enrich the lives of its factory workers and communities; in March, the brand partnered with Planet Water to install two water towers in the Dominican Republic, providing much-needed clean drinking water to thousands of local workers and community members.
“As a brand, Timberland evaluates itself against the positive impacts we can make on the world,” said Patrik Frisk, President of Timberland. “The push to create sustainable impacts across our business and the communities in which we operate around the world is deeply engrained in Timberland’s strategic vision,” added Frisk. “Putting our values into action is never siloed and is never a one-off. As we grow as a brand, in my eyes that creates more opportunity for us to do more good. I extend my thanks to our teams and business partners worldwide who, with their service and commitment, have helped make this vision a reality.”
To see the full 2013 results visit: http://responsibility.timberland.com/reporting/goals-and-progress.comments powered by Disqus