In a move to address the environmental effect of the fashion industry, Timberland headquartered in Stratham, has set a goal for its products to have a net positive effect on nature by 2030, giving back more than it takes.
IFC’s Vietnam Improvement Program helps factories making Timberland® products use less energy and water while saving costs
Timberland’s commitment to create better product focuses on what goes into each product as well as how it is made. Two factories that make Timberland® footwear and backpacks are saving energy, water, and manufacturing costs, thanks to their participation in the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Vietnam Improvement Program (VIP). This resource efficiency program, adopted by Timberland’s parent company, VF Corporation,
This week marks the launch of the first regional chapter of the ambitious global movement to conserve, manage, restore and grow 1 trillion trees — a natural climate solution seen as critical for helping draw down the earth's carbon debt, and an idea that has been spreading like wildfire since it was planted in January in Davos, Switzerland.
Timberland will host its 23rd annual Serv-a-Palooza, a company-wide community service event where employees volunteer time in their local communities.
This year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, instead of hosting 50-to-100 volunteers at multiple service sites, projects will occur over multiple days in small groups of ten or less, in the outdoors, in full- or half-day shifts, and adhere to safety protocols mandated by the state.
Over 150 employees pull on their boots to help strengthen local communities through in-person or online volunteer events
This fall, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland hosted its 23rd annual Serv-a-Palooza, a company-wide community service event at which employee volunteers dedicate their time to address critical needs in their communities. While the tradition continues, this year’s Serv-a-palooza was considerably different from last year’s as the brand adapted the event to maximize safety for over 150 employee volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Timberland has long been a fan of trees. While the brand’s logo has been a tree, since its founding in 1973, the connection runs deeper than that. Because of the many environmental, social, and economic benefits of trees, Timberland has planted over 10.7 million trees worldwide since 2001. Last September the global outdoor lifestyle brand pledged to plant an additional 50 million trees by 2025.
Brand will focus innovation on two paths inspired by nature: Regenerative Agriculture and Circular Design
STRATHAM, N.H., September 1, 2020 /3BL Media/ – In a bold move to address the environmental impact of the fashion industry, Timberland today announced a goal for its products to have a net positive impact on nature by 2030 -- giving back more than it takes. Given Timberland’s outdoor heritage and longstanding commitment to protect nature, the brand is turning to nature for inspiration, driving innovation through regenerative agriculture and circular design.
Carnaby Street Flagship Wins “Store of the Year” by Shop! Retail Environments Association; Named to Retail Design Institute’s Class of 2019
STRATHAM, N.H., August 3, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Known worldwide for its iconic designs and sustainability leadership, last winter Timberland unveiled its new “purpose-led place” store environment in select cities around the world, including New York, London, Philadelphia and Shanghai. The retail industry has taken notice.
The ideals of a purpose-driven brand are nothing new to Timberland (Stratham, N.H.), which for nearly 100 years has dedicated itself to fostering a love of nature and the outdoors as well as advocacy of global green initiatives. Recently, the retailer announced a commitment to plant 50 million trees around the world by the year 2025 to kick off its “Nature Needs Heroes” global campaign.