Asics, the prominent sportswear brand from Japan, has been recognised by Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its efforts to reduce carbon emission.
On the basis of questionnaires on governance, targets, value chain engagement and scope three indirect emissions, around 4,800 firms were assessed by CDP following which Asics has become one of the 160 companies to make it to CDP’s list.
And what’s helped Asics to be in the esteemed list!
The brand’s strategies and actions to not only minimise emission of carbon, but also manage climate risks in its supply chain over the last year has helped the brand get this recognition.
In fact, Asics has been recognised as one of the most progressive fashion firms that has been working towards reducing carbon emissions.
Notably, the brand had announced last September about its plan to increase its use of a solution dyeing technology for footwear, which reportedly will be a first-of-its-kind in sports shoe industry.