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The brand is owned by:
Patagonia, Inc.
General score:
4.5 / 7
Social responsibility
4 / 7
Score table
1.5 / 2
Processing methods
1 / 2
Environmental management
0.5 / 1
1 / 1
Carbon footprint
0.5 / 1
Labour standards
3 / 4
Social economy
0 / 2
1 / 1
Patagonia offers clothes for people who are sporty at heart, ideal for hiking, kayaking and cycling. Much of the collection is made from organic cotton and recycled polyester. Patagonia also upholds environmental standards during the production process. Some of their suppliers hold bluesign certification, which limits the use of harmful substances and requires appropriate liquid waste management in the place of production, as well as the efficient use of energy and water. Patagonia is a member of Fair Labour Association (FLA), which means that their employees are guaranteed a safe and dignified working environment in accordance with the key conventions of the International Labour Organization . However, FLA does not guarantee a living wage. True to their belief in transparency, Patagonia lets their customers follow the production chain of several of their products using a tool called Footprint Chronicles which shows where, how and under what conditions the products are manufactured. Yvon Chouinard, the founder of Patagonia, started the 1% for the Planet initiative (also known as the Earth Tax) in which companies from around the world donate 1% of their revenue to environmental causes. Patagonia has also launched the World Trout Initiative, a program to protect the fish.
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