Our futures are woven together
When our founders, Doris and Don Fisher, started Gap Inc. in 1969, a key part of their vision of success was creating opportunities for the people and communities touched by our business throughout the world.
Today, we’re working harder than ever to make our business more sustainable by setting bold goals, designing new programs and partnering with others to change our industry for the better. Learn more on our Global Sustainability site.
We believe environmental issues are human rights issues. We’re working hard to integrate sustainability into every aspect of our business – from tackling climate change to conserving water to using more sustainably sourced raw materials.
At Gap Inc., we believe a healthy environment is a human right, and we’re working hard to help tackle the interconnected threats of climate change and the global water crisis.
Check out our new commitments to dramatically increase the use of more sustainable fibers and processes in apparel production. See what sustainability looks like at Gap Inc.
Access to a healthy environment is a human right — and we've set ambitious goals for 2020, including a 50 percent absolute reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in owned and operated facilities globally.
With a new waste goal to divert 80 percent of the waste from landfill for our U.S. facilities by the end of 2020, we know that we will have to make significant improvements.
Learn about how we address human trafficking in the apparel sector, and how we comply with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act.
Athleta, Banana Republic, Gap, INTERMIX and Old Navy prohibit the use of fur in our products.
For more information, visit the Gap Inc. policies page.