We’re committed to a better tomorrow for all athletes*. Minimizing our environmental footprint involves understanding our environmental impacts—what they are and where they occur.
Carbon & Energy
Of Nike footwear and apparel styles included some recycled materials
Of footwear manufacturing waste recycled or converted into energy
Fewer liters of fresh water used by material vendors since FY16
Shoes recycled since Reuse-A-Shoe launched 26 years ago
Carbon & Energy
Climate change is one of the defining issues of our time. We believe it’s something companies have a responsibility to address—so we’ve set ambitious targets to reduce our carbon footprint.
Nike Moves Closer to 100% Renewable Energy
To tackle climate change, we’re focused on scaling renewable energy across our value chain as well as investing in lower-carbon materials and building resilience to climate uncertainty by reducing costs, innovating new operating models, and strengthening our supply chain.
Product Carbon Footprint
At Nike, material innovations—such as recycled polyester, Flyknit, Flyleather, and Nike Air—are changing the world of sustainable performance and reducing the average product carbon footprint of our products.
“To me, the most hopeful idea in sustainability is the belief that we get to decide how the story is going to end. If we act boldly, if we step up decisively, if we connect across borders and divides, there are no limits to what we can achieve together.”
Noel Kinder, NIKE, Inc. Chief Sustainability Officer
Our goal is zero waste. Period. We envision a future where waste doesn’t exist and things live on from one product to the next.
Designing, Creating, and Delivering Sustainable Products
For more than a generation, we’ve been innovating to improve the sustainability of our products to serve athletes* everywhere.