We believe Gap should be a force for good. We continue to work towards creating change that enriches communities, supports our people, and considers this generation and the next.We design products with more recycled materials and more organic cotton, use water-saving initiatives when producing our denim and chinos, and strive to make a positive impact for our people and our planet.
How we’ll do this
From water to wash, fibre to factory, our goal is to make the clothes you live in - but do it with more respect for the planet we all share. We’re not perfect. But we promise to lead, not react. To use less, not more.
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SUPPLIER SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM ESTABLISHED
We established social and environmental standards for our supply chain and began monitoring supplier performance.
FIRST GAP INC. PUBLIC SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
Reported from data acquired in 2003, speaking to Gap Inc. as a whole.
WATER QUALITY PROGRAM LAUNCHED
Our program dedicated to helping ensure that wastewater from denim laundries is properly treated.
GAP INC. LAUNCHES P.A.C.E.
The Gap Inc. Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement (P.A.C.E) program empowers female garment workers through career and life-skill education so that their full potential can be reached.
GAP LAUNCHES WASHWELL
Washwell was founded to conserve water in denim laundries. This program reduces water use by at least 20% compared to conventional wash methods.
USAID GAP INC. WOMEN + WATER ALLIANCE LAUNCHED
Based in India, Gap Inc launched the program to empower two million people to improve their access to drinking water and sanitation by 2023.
CANOPYSTYLE COMMITMENT ANNOUNCED
Our policy and commitment to eliminate the sourcing of wood-derived fabrics from ancient and endangered forests.
THE JEANS REDESIGN
Joined the project to design and manufacture denim with a focus on circularity.
GAP INC. 2030 CLIMATE GOALS ANNOUNCED
We aim to source 100% renewable electricity for our owned and operated facilities and reduce supply chain greenhouse gas emissions by 30% from our 2017 baseline.
SUPPORTING COTTON IN CONVERSION TO ORGANIC
We joined forces with Arvind Limited, a fabric mill, to support 2,000 farmers undertaking conversion of their cotton fields to organic practices.
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