As Nike pledges no to Arctic shipping, Gap, H&M and more sign on

November 18, 2019 EcoVadis FR


Nike and Ocean Conservancy's Arctic Shipping Corporate Pledge, signed last week, commits to not "intentionally send ships" through the Arctic out of concern for the negative impact of ocean shipping on the environment.
According to the announcement, Nike said the decision dovetailed with its existing Move to Zero sustainability initiative, through which it hopes to achieve zero-waste and zero-carbon operations. 


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