The company has achieved the milestone with carbon offsetting as well as environmental improvements at its Virginia headquarters.

These included implementing carbon neutral shipping, electrifying the facilities with solar energy and sequestering carbon by converting onsite acreage to native meadow.

Moore & Giles also provides a verified life cycle assessment and Environmental Product Declaration, and sourced its carbon offsets from globally recognised and verified projects.

Beverly McAuley, LFA, Senior Director of Sustainability & Education at Moore & Giles, said: “Moore & Giles is deeply committed to environmental stewardship and understands the importance of reducing our carbon impact.

“In combination with our internal initiatives, innovative plant-based tanning methods and stringent third-party certifications, adding the achievement of carbon neutral leather to our portfolio of sustainable attributes is a testament to our dedication to creating a sustainable future.”