In the mountains we live with intent, which is why as an organization we’ve put measuring and reducing the impact of our products to protect the places we love at the heart of what we do.
Go for green
Going for green is our commitment to making sure 100% of our Scope 1+2 energy sources at ODLO-owned facilities are renewable by 2030. By producing solar energy and heating with renewables, we'll do more to keep air clean and protect environments where we operate.
Choose with care
We're progressing towards 100% natural, recycled, or ethically-sourced material use by 2030. This helps to reduce the impact of our clothing on climate, finite resources and people as we design.
Making things fair is about doing what's right. Our aim is for everyone who supplies finished products and fabrics to us to earn a living wage for themselves and their families and to work reasonable hours. We commit to being transparent about these working conditions across our supply chain and especially in our own facilities.
Close the loop
We aim to design products to be durable, with the ability to repair and reuse, so that we can propose solutions when a piece of kit has reached the end of the road.
How we'll get there
ODLO's people and planet priorities are rooted in UN Sustainability Development Goals and focused on where we can inspire real change. Our aim is to reach these targets by 2030. At the same time, we aim to cut total C02 emissions, setting and communicating a clear GHG reduction target and plan in 2024.
If we can inspire and collaborate with more people, augment existing work, and focus on where we can really contribute, we will reduce our impact. In turn, the mountain moments we love can be passed on to future athletes.
We can do more is our commitment to protect the places we love. We've prioritised green energy, preferred materials, fair workplaces, circularity and carbon reduction as our priorities because we know this is where we can take the greatest action.
We're excited to share the work we have already done, and recognise we have more work ahead. We are adding resources and constantly learning so that we can enhance our sustainability measurement and continue to report back on our progress.