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Move to Zero

Move to zero is nike's journey towards zero carbon and zero waste to help protect the future of sport. We've been making big moves in how we source, process and manufacture our materials, because it's what we're made of that counts.

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  • Apparel & Fashion
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  • United States

Nike Sustainability Actions

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Choosing Our Materials

One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product's footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions.

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Recycled Polyester

Our recycled polyester is made from plastic bottles which are cleaned, shredded into flakes, converted into pellets and then spun into a high-quality yarn. In addition to reducing waste, recycled poly lowers carbon emissions by up to 30% compared to virgin poly, and diverts an average of 1 billion plastic bottles annually from landfills and waterways.

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Sustainable Cotton

As of 2020, 100% of the cotton we use across our entire product line is certified organic, recycled or Better Cotton sourced through the Better Cotton Initiative. We recycle more than 680,000 kilogrammes of cotton each year while caring for soil health and natural habitats, without fossil fuel-derived pesticides or synthetic fertilisers, and while respecting the rights of workers and farmers.

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Nike Sustainability Commitments

2020

Sustainable Cotton

As of 2020, 100% of the cotton we use across our entire product line is certified organic, recycled or Better Cotton sourced through the Better Cotton Initiative.

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