WEAR SOMETHING THAT MATTERS – WEAR THE BEAR
We are a member of the global 1% for the Planet movement and commit to giving back 1% of our gross annual earnings to environmental non-profits to create a healthier planet and a more sustainable future.
It is our belief that business has a responsibility to use its resources to help shape a better world and lead the way in protecting our planet.
We believe that in order to combat the effects of climate change, we must look to our greatest ally and friend - nature! By respecting and nurturing the natural world, we will not only protect our wildlife and the vital eco-systems that we all rely on, but we will be able to secure a future that generations to come will be able to thrive in.
The connection between mankind and nature is fundamental to who we all are and where we’ve come from. This connection should be celebrated, understood and nurtured, in order for us all to enjoy the wonders, benefits and protections nature has to offer.
Becoming part of our community, means every time you invest in your wardrobe, you’re also investing in improving the environment in which you live.
MEET TREES FOR CITIES
OUR 2020/21 NON-PROFIT PARTNER
We’re excited to have partnered with Trees for Cities and we look forward to contributing to the important work they do, in terms of making our cities greener and healthier places to live, for the increasing number of people who live in urban environments.
TREES BRING REAL BENEFITS TO OUR CITIES, HEALTH AND WELLBEING.
Around 1 in 6 adults in the UK experience mental health issues at some point in their lives. The presence of trees has been shown to have a positive effect on mental health outcomes.
The effects of climate change are already being felt. We’re experiencing warmer, wetter winters, and hotter, drier summers, creating higher temperatures in our cities.
Climate change has caused an increase in pests and disease, which had never previously affected the UK. The impact has been an unprecedented threat to some iconic tree species, including ash, horse chestnut and oak.
By planting thousands of urban trees each year, Trees for Cities is building resilience against threats facing the natural environment, by creating pockets of valuable woodland in existing urban green spaces. These vital trees help to absorb CO2 and purify our air, shield communities from noise and air pollution and provide quality habitats for wildlife in our cities.
Find out more about Trees for Cities and the important work they do here.