Peak Design environmental and social responsibility
It is Peak Design’s job to take responsibility for the impact they have environmentally and socially. This means understanding and accounting for a product’s entire lifecycle, from complex supply chain to design that extends usefulness as long as possible. It also means policies and advocacy that aim to improve the lives of their employees, contractors, customers, and people the planet over.
From using recycled textiles and metals to working towards Bluesign certification, they are always searching for new ways to reduce their impact on the planet.
They help their factories run clean and treat their workers well. They’ve adopted a Factory Code of Conduct and regularly do Third Party Audits to make sure the workers are safe, have good working conditions, are treated well, and are paid fairly. They also travel to their factories to work hand in hand with their teams- a lot!
They’ve offset all the carbon they emit and have ever emitted at the Scope 3 level. In fact, they think every company should do this (it’s easy and cheap—really!) so they launched a non-profit called Climate Neutral to help other companies get started.
They speak up and put their money where their mouth is. They donate 1% of their annual revenue to environmental non-profits, lobby and advocate to protect and preserve wild lands, are committed to diversifying the outdoors in all aspects, and support creatives in their conservation efforts.