In collaboration with our partners, we are proud of our accomplishments in advancing our environmental, product and social-related initiatives.

Global Home Office Carpool and Electric Vehicle Parking

Type: Environment | Tag: Climate and Energy

For associates who choose to share rides to work, preferred carpool parking spaces are available. Nearly 40 charging stations are available for associates who own electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Global Home Office Compost Program

Type: Environment | Tag: Waste

In 2021, A&F Co. entered a partnership with local service provider GoZERO to launch a composting initiative at our Global Home Office. The food scrap waste in the campus' three café kitchens is now collected, composted and provided to local farmers as fertilizer.

Supply Chain Partner Environmental Work

Type: Environment | Tag: Climate and Energy

Hansoll Textile Ltd., a key A&F Co. supply chain partner, has published Annual Sustainability Reports since 2008 providing updates on social responsibility and sustainability goals, progress and management methods. Hansoll has identified six material topics: Opportunity & Equity, Responsible Sourcing, Labor & Human Rights, Community, Climate Change, and Sustainable Resource Use. Reducing GHG emissions and using clean, renewable energy are Hansoll’s current environmental focus. Hansoll has set key sustainability goals including: (1) Commit to reduce GHG emissions by 59% (38,390 tCO2e) compared to baseline year 2016 by 2030; and (2) Enhance usage of renewable energy at owned factories to 100% by 2030.


Type: Environment | Tag: Climate and Energy

In 2019, the A&F Co. Procurement Team partnered with, a transportation logistics company offering a unique CO2 emissions calculator. A direct routing program was established in the U.S. to ship store fixtures directly from production facilities to stores. This routing change not only reduced the number of shipments but also the associated CO2 emissions. Between February 2019 and September 2020, the program saved over 400 tons of CO2—the same as removing 86 passenger vehicles from the road each year.