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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

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Shop Informed

Shopping for food items or clothing can sometimes be a confusing endeavor. What does it mean if a product is upcycled? And what is made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory, anyway? This list of terms will help guide you toward shopping more responsibly.

Advanced Global Traceable Down Standard
The virgin down that Patagonia sources for our sleeping bags is traced from parent farm to final fiber-processing facility, so the birds that supply feathers are protected by these standards and are not force-fed or live-plucked.

Animal welfare
The well-being of nonhuman animals. When an animal is in a good state of welfare, it is healthy, comfortable, well nourished, safe and able to express innate behavior; it is not suffering from pain, fear or distress.

Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)
An international nonprofit organization that manages a global certification and labeling program for responsible aquaculture.

Capable of decay caused by bacteria, fungi or other biological means. Since this process requires the right combination of environmental conditions (temperature, ultraviolet light, oxygen, etc.), even some natural products won’t biodegrade in certain environments.

Every textile we use is the result of a comprehensive manufacturing process that uses raw materials, dyes and other chemicals. bluesign® works in the textile supply chain to approve chemicals, processes, materials and products that are safe for the environment, workers and customers.

Carbon emissions
The release of carbon into the atmosphere. Carbon emissions are the main contributor to climate change and global warming because excessive carbon pollution traps the sun’s energy as heat.

Carbon neutral
Resulting in no net release of carbon emissions into the atmosphere. However, many companies’ carbon-neutral claims mean they are simply purchasing carbon offsets equal to their carbon footprint. This does not drive meaningful carbon reductions. For Patagonia, we changed our carbon neutral goal in favor of setting Science Based Targets aligned with limiting warming to 1.5° Celsius.

Chemicals management
A broad range of efforts and practices designed to responsibly manage the production, handling and use of chemicals throughout their life cycle.

Circular economy
According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, a circular economy refers to an economic activity that builds and rebuilds overall system health by using closed-loop production methods to keep resources in play as long as possible.

Closed material loop
A system in which materials can be used, recovered and recycled—like Infinna™ Fiber—through natural or industrial processes.

Carbon dioxide, a naturally occurring gas that’s also the most common greenhouse gas emitted as a result of human activities.

Carbon dioxide equivalents, a measurement used to compare emissions from various greenhouse gases based on their global warming potential. It’s also a standard unit for measuring a carbon footprint.

Corporate responsibility
A broad-based movement in business that encourages companies to take responsibility for the impact of their activities on customers, employees, communities and the environment.

The practice of using recycled material that is of lower quality and functionality than the original material.

Fair Labor Association® (FLA)
A nonprofit based in Washington, DC, and composed of companies, colleges, universities and civil society organizations. The FLA was established to hold companies accountable to responsible labor practices. Patagonia is a founding and accredited member.

Fair Trade Certified™
We pay a premium for every item made in a Fair Trade Certified™ factory. That extra money goes directly to the workers at the factory, and they decide how to spend it. Fair Trade also promotes worker health and safety, as well as social and environmental compliance, and encourages dialogue between workers and management.

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Green Guidelines
Enforceable US guidelines designed to protect consumers from unfair or deceptive environmental marketing claims.

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
An international nonprofit organization that promotes responsible management of the world's forests.

Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
A collection of gases—including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide—that trap heat in the atmosphere, which can impact human and animal health, alter ecosystems and lead to extreme weather.

International Labour Organization (ILO)
A United Nations agency dealing with labor problems, particularly international labor standards, social protection and work opportunities for all.

Land stewardship
An ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources.

Living wage
According to the Global Living Wage Coalition, a living wage is “the remuneration received for a standard workweek by a worker in a particular place sufficient to afford a decent standard of living for the worker and her or his family. Elements of a decent standard of living include food, water, housing, education, health care, transportation, clothing and other essential needs including provision for unexpected events.”

Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
An independent nonprofit organization that sets a standard for sustainable fishing.

Net zero
Refers to completely eliminating a company’s emissions by reducing and removing greenhouse gases within the value chain. At Patagonia, we're focusing on reducing all carbon emissions we create, from the farms that grow our natural fibers to the factories that make our textiles and finished clothing, and capturing or otherwise mitigating any residual emissions to reach net zero.

Non-GMO is a third-party verification by the Non-GMO Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building and protecting a food supply that is not genetically modified. Products that receive a Non-GMO Project Verified seal meet a set of standards for avoiding genetically modified organisms.

Organic agriculture
A production system that integrates cultural, biological and mechanical practices that promote ecological balance and conserve biodiversity and foster the cycling of resources.

Patagonia Code of Conduct
Defines standards for fair, safe and healthy working conditions and environmental responsibility throughout our supply chain.

Patagonia Wool Standard (PWS)
An industry standard for farm-level land management and sheep animal welfare developed by Patagonia and other experts in 2015.

Postconsumer recycling
When a material or finished product has served its intended use and is diverted from waste destined for disposal and instead recycled into a new material or product.

Pre-consumer recycling
Sometimes referred to as “postindustrial,” pre-consumer recycling is the reclamation of waste materials that were created during the process of manufacturing or delivering goods prior to use by a consumer. Pre-consumer recycled materials can be broken down and remade into similar or different materials.

Recycled materials
New materials and objects created from waste materials.

Regenerative organic agriculture
A system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soils, improves watersheds and enhances ecosystems.

Regenerative Organic Alliance (ROA)
A nonprofit created in 2017 by a group of farmers, business leaders and experts in soil health, animal welfare and social fairness. The ROA also established the accreditation Regenerative Organic Certified and seeks to increase the adoption of Regenerative Organic practices on farms around the world.

Regenerative Organic Certified
A holistic agriculture certification encompassing pasture-based animal welfare, fairness for farmers and workers, and robust requirements for soil health and land management.

Renewable energy
Any naturally occurring, theoretically inexhaustible source of energy—such as wind, solar and wave power—not derived from fossil or nuclear fuel.

Responsible Down Standard
100% of our down and down suppliers—not including our Recycled Down and the down used in our sleeping bags—are certified to the Responsible Down Standard to help ensure the birds that supply the feathers are not force-fed or live-plucked.

Responsible land management
Practices and technologies aimed at integrating environmental resources to meet human needs while ensuring the long-term sustainability of ecosystem services and livelihoods.

Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)
A voluntary global standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and their pastureland. Starting in 2014, Patagonia began working with the Textile Exchange and other brands, suppliers, animal-welfare NGOs and farmers to develop the RWS. Ultimately, we adopted it as our baseline requirement for farmers. All of the virgin wool Patagonia sources is certified to the RWS to help ensure protection both for the animals that supply it and the land they graze.

Restricted Substance List (RSL)
Provides apparel and footwear companies with information about regulations and laws that restrict or ban certain chemicals and substances in finished home textile, apparel and footwear products around the world.

Science Based Target initiative (SBTi)
An organization that drives ambitious climate action by helping companies set science-based emissions reduction targets. Over 4,000 companies have set Science Based Targets. Patagonia validated our Science Based Target in 2022. (Currently SBTis are used only by companies. SBTi does not currently set targets for cities, governments, public sector institutions, educational institutions or nonprofits.)

Supply chain
A system of operations that works together to design, produce and deliver a product or service to a market—from the extraction of raw materials to the distribution of the finished product.

Sustainable Apparel Coalition
An organization that brings brands and vendors together in an equal partnership to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel, textile and footwear products around the world.

The process of transforming by-products, waste materials or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality.

Worn Wear
Worn Wear is a program that helps our customers extend the life of the products Patagonia makes and customers purchase. The program provides significant resources for responsible care, repair, reuse, and resale and recycling at the end of a garment’s life.

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