We strive to do the right thing in terms of our products, the outdoors and the communities where we live, work and explore. Explore our Responsibility website to learn more, and come back often - because we never stop making things better.
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OUR 2020 TARGETS
Organic, US-Origin, or better cotton
100% of our Cotton for Apparel sourced from organic, US-origin or BCI certified sources.
INCLUDE RECYCLED, ORGANIC, OR RENEWABLE MATERIAL
100% of Footwear include at least one component that contains ROR content (with a minimum threshold of 10% ROR content within a component).
2015 Result: 84%
LWG SILVER OR GOLD-RATED TANNERIES
100% of Footwear and Apparel leather sourced from LWG Silver or Gold-rated tanneries.
2015 Result: 99%
Footwear & Apparel
100% of our Footwear and Apparel are PVC-Free.
2015 Result: 98%
VOCs in Footwear
Reduce the use of Volatile Organic Compounds in our Footwear to 42 grams/pair.
2015 Result: 55 grams/pair
100% of the Durable Water Repellent used in our footwear and apparel products are non-PFC
From 2001-2015, we planted over 8.7 million trees. By 2020, we aim to reach 10 million trees.
2015 Result: 1,443,994 trees
By 2020, we aim to reduce our use of energy by 10% and source 50% of our energy from renewable sources.
2015 Result: 32% renewable energy
With an ultimate goal of Zero Waste, we aim for a 95% waste diversion rate by 2020.
2014 Result: 54% Diversion Rate
In 2015, we completed our one millionth hour of community service. By 2020, we plan to serve another 500,000.
2015 Result: 73,369 hours
Employees Engaged In Service
Strengthen our communities and our brand culture by engaging at least 80% of our employees globally in community service.
2015 Result: 77%
Community Service Events
From 2010-2015, we arranged over 5,000 service projects in communities around the globe. By 2020, we aim to support 6,000 more.
2015 Result: 785 projects
Timberland Upholds The Rights Of Factory Workers Worldwide
More than 250,000 craftspeople make Timberland products at more than 300 factories in 30 countries around the world.
Timberland has a long-standing history of ensuring that our products are produced by suppliers that provide fair, safe and non-discriminatory workplaces that do not harm the workers, the community or the environment. We first developed our Code of Conduct in 1994. Since then, we’ve ensured a dedicated team monitors factory conditions and works with suppliers to implement social and environmental management systems.