Superdry has set a commitment to achieve net zero carbon by 2030. We’re changing the way we do things: in fields, factories and stores. This will mean using more efficient technology, renewable energy and changing how our products are distributed.

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.

100%

renewable electricity

used in all global stores and offices since 2017, saving 29,000 tonnes of CO2e to date

97%

reduction

in our direct carbon emissions (Scopes 1 & 2) between 2014 and 2021, topping the Financial Times Climate Leaders league table in 2021

41%

reduction

in our total Scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions

Introducing barges

instead of lorries to transport up to 39% of our garments from port to our Belgium warehouse, reducing carbon by 56%

Increased

our CDP climate score to a B Grade, with a commitment to get to an A Grade by 2023

52%

reduction

in the use of airfreight
when moving our garments from factory to warehouse 

46%

of our garments produced in factories using renewable energy
or optimised energy

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Renewable Energy & Our Journey to Net Zero

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