The Financial Times’ inaugural Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021 table places Superdry at the top of the list of the 300 companies across Europe that have achieved the greatest reduction in their greenhouse gas emissions intensity between 2014 and 2019. Table leader Superdry has reduced its year-on-year core emissions by more than 50%.

“At Superdry we have an obligation to make better choices. The urgency of the climate crisis has broadened how we think about ourselves and the way we approach business. As a business we want to effect positive change for present and future generations and build a positive environmental legacy. Our ambition is to be the most sustainable listed global fashion brand on the planet by 2030” – say Julian Dunkerton, CEO.

As a global fashion brand, Superdry wants to make a meaningful difference, and be a motor for change within the industry. They are committed to engage, empower, and honour the communities they work and live in. They said they will continue to decrease the brand’s environmental footprint, while producing garments they are proud of. The aim of Superdry is to leave a positive environmental legacy.