Corporate Responsibility (CR) is 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. Companies committed to corporate responsibility also agree to abide by international labor and human rights standards.
Here’s what Patagonia is doing to ensure that the products are produced under safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions throughout the supply chain.
Patagonia travels the globe building relationships with suppliers that make high-quality materials while reducing their environmental and social impact.
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Patagonia engages in a range of due diligence activities to promote fair labor practices and ensure good working conditions in their factories in e.g. Asia, Central America and North America.
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In an attempt to improve the lives of those who make our products, Patagonia offers 192 styles that are Fair Trade Certified for sewing.
To date, Patagonia’s Fair Trade program has impacted more than 66,000 workers in 10 countries around the globe.
Every Fair Trade Certified™ purchase sends more money back to factory workers who earn premiums that can be allocated as cash, used for a collective social investment or both.
Patagonia's Footprint Chronicles® traces social and environmental impacts of our products and processes. Click the map and track all the 58 facilities >>