We remain committed to supporting the Paris Agreement, by playing an active role to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C.

Superdry has set a commitment to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions. We’re changing the way we do things: in fields, factories and stores. To achieve this, we know that we need to use more efficient technology and renewable energy. We need to make our garments using the lowest impact materials and change how our products are distributed.

Aligning with Science Based Targets (SBTs), our approach continues to evolve:

Our goal is to achieve net zero carbon emissions across our own business and global logistics by 2030 and across our entire supply chain by 2040.

"Net zero emissions means we will have no net impact on climate change from our carbon emissions, through drastic reductions in our carbon footprint and by balancing the remainder through carbon removals."

Moving towards zero means eliminating waste and converting what we need into the lowest impact alternative, and we have made strong commitments to also reducing the impact of our packaging.

Change is never easy, and we don’t have all the answers. We’re going to be working with lots of partners along the way; learning and adapting as we go.

FY22 Key Achievements

Our third complete (scope 1-3) carbon emissions report published with


KTCO2e each year.

Our Science Based Targets (SBTs) have been set and are being validated for FY24.

Successfully reducing our airfreight to just


of all inbound goods moved in FY23.

Compared to an industry average of



of our garments are made with renewable electricity.

We have plans in place to increase this to


by 2025.