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Levi Strauss & Co. 2020 Sustainability Report Brief

Our 2020 Sustainability Report, In Brief

In 2019, we published a Sustainability Review, highlighting the year’s key sustainability progress. Now, in this 2020 Sustainability Report, we are expanding our reporting scope and providing comprehensive and meaningful information on the most pressing environmental, social, and governance issues for our stakeholders, our business and our industry. We aim to report more comprehensively in the future and maintain an annual reporting cadence with more frequent performance updates on key metrics.

Report Key Messages

  • In the report and going forward, we are focusing our sustainability strategy on three main pillars – climate, consumption, and community – that together reflect our priorities in and beyond this moment.
  • Climate is the existential crisis of our time, a threat to global commerce and communities, and we all have a responsibility to act. Reducing our carbon footprint and advocating for comprehensive climate action are priorities that touch many aspects of our business.
  • Consumption: we’ll keep talking to consumers, carrying forward the “Buy Better, Wear Longer” campaign we launched this past April, while expanding our efforts to get more efficient with the resources we consume and embedding circular principles into our products and practices.
  • Community: We will remain steadfast in our commitments to our broader community – our employees around the world, the women and men working in our supply chain, and the people living in the communities where we operate and engage.
  • This is how we contribute to the establishment of a safer, more just, more sustainable future. It demonstrates our commitment to our values and shows we understand how sustainability creates value for all stakeholders. It aligns us with the concerns and demands of today’s consumers and investors, and it helps future proof our operations for the long-term.

Report Key Messages

  • In the report and going forward, we are focusing our sustainability strategy on three main pillars – climate, consumption, and community – that together reflect our priorities in and beyond this moment.
  • Climate is the existential crisis of our time, a threat to global commerce and communities, and we all have a responsibility to act. Reducing our carbon footprint and advocating for comprehensive climate action are priorities that touch many aspects of our business.
  • Consumption: we’ll keep talking to consumers, carrying forward the “Buy Better, Wear Longer” campaign we launched this past April, while expanding our efforts to get more efficient with the resources we consume and embedding circular principles into our products and practices.
  • Community: We will remain steadfast in our commitments to our broader community – our employees around the world, the women and men working in our supply chain, and the people living in the communities where we operate and engage.
  • This is how we contribute to the establishment of a safer, more just, more sustainable future. It demonstrates our commitment to our values and shows we understand how sustainability creates value for all stakeholders. It aligns us with the concerns and demands of today’s consumers and investors, and it helps future proof our operations for the long-term.
Background, Progress and Highlights: Climate, Consumption and Community

Climate

As a company, we’re committed to doing our part to help mitigate climate change and build resilience in the face of increasingly volatile and unpredictable weather conditions. This includes reducing energy use and emissions in our own operations and our supply chain — which makes up the biggest part of our footprint — as well as supporting biodiversity and reducing waste.

Key Goals:

Progress through 2020, a sampling:

Additional Highlights:

Consumption

We have long been committed to contributing to a more just society and a better world. This means using our scale, reach and platform to advocate for positive change, address overconsumption and drive toward a more sustainable, less resource-intensive apparel industry. It also means looking past the traditional take-make-waste model toward a circular economy, where nothing is wasted in the manufacture, use and reuse of products. And it means engaging consumers, peers and industry groups in this shared journey to a sustainable future. That’s why consumption is a key part of our approach, because if we’re not talking about consumption and acting where we must to change the paradigm, we will not see the progress our business, our communities and our planet require.

Key goals:

Progress through 2020, a sampling:

Additional Highlights:

2020:

2021:

Community

We are part of an ecosystem of relationships that collectively shape our sense of community. Our actions within this ecosystem come from a belief that we must honor the touchpoints we have up and down our value chain. This includes employee programs; diversity, equity and inclusion work; our supply chain standards and Worker Well-being initiatives; our social issue advocacy; and our philanthropy and volunteering. These are linchpins of the “profit through principles” approach that has guided us in the past and will continue to guide us going forward.

Key Goals:

Progress Through 2021, a sampling:

Additional highlights:

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