Nike believes that sustainable innovation that benefits athletes, the company and the planet will play a key role in the future of its business. The company is pushing boundaries to decouple growth from constrained resources in order to leave the lightest possible footprint, by driving positive change across the company’s value chain, across the industry and beyond.
Nike’s approach to reducing its carbon footprint involves pursuing innovation in low-impact materials, driving energy efficiency within its supply chain and advancing renewable energy. As part of this work, Nike has made a commitment to reach 100-percent renewable energy in company-owned or operated facilities by 2025.
As a participant in the Better Buildings Challenge, Nike will continue its ongoing efforts to reduce energy use with a commitment to reduce energy intensity by 20% by 2025, across 10.8 million square feet of owned and operated facilities in the U.S.
For more information, visit https://sustainability.nike.com/.
Nike has made a commitment to reach 100-percent renewable energy in company-owned or operated facilities by 2025.
|20%Reduction in Energy Intensity||Progress|
|3%Cumulative (vs. Baseline)|