The Watch & Clock Shop
They donate to a charity called Eden Project which plants one tree for every watch they sell
Their Vision: By the year 2025 Eden Project’s objective is to plant a minimum of 500 million trees each year and to offer hope through the employment of tens of thousands of people in countries where extreme poverty is rampant
L’Occitane use sustainably sourced ingredients making sure that plants are cultivated and harvested without harming the environment or bio-diversity.
To have contributed to protecting 1,000 species and varieties of plants by 2025
To have a Fair Trade relationship with all their direct producers by 2025
To support 60,000 women in their socio-economic development by 2025
They have long term, non-exclusive contracts with producers, pay them a fair price and provide them with technical and financial support.
They believe in empowering women to achieve their goals. Their foundation had given women access to literacy and education for their children. Every year they sell fundraising products to promote women’s leadership.
John Lewis & Partners
All key raw materials in own-brand products will be from sustainable or recycled sources by 2025
All John Lewis product categories will have a ‘buy back’ or ‘take back’ solution by 2025
Includes bringing forward – by 15 years to 2035 – their ambition for their entire operations to be net zero carbon
All electricity procured by the partnership to be 100% renewable certified by 2028
Their ‘Give A Little Love’ campaign, raised £3 million for charity partners FareShare and HomeStart
They donated £500,000 through the Your Partners Through It All Community Fund to support 240 organisations, including food banks, women’s refuges and homeless charities
The John Lewis textile factory, Herbert Parkinson, made 12,000 protective medical scrubs for the NHS
Reusable: Charlotte’s award winning ‘dry sheet mask’ is a reusable mask that is hydrating, firming and brightens skin!
To prevent single use masks, this product can be used up to three times
Refillable: Many of Charlotte’s products are now refillable, including her Award winning ‘Magic Cream’. The jar has also had a revamp, to reduce the use of plastic. Other refillable products include lipsticks, brow products and her airbrush bronzers!
Charlotte Tilbury is 100% cruelty free meaning they do not test products or ingredients on animals
At Hotel Chocolat, their Planet Pledge sets out their aim for all packaging to be 100% recyclable or reusable. They are currently over 90% of the way there, and are working hard to continue to reduce and rethink their packaging to achieve this pledge
In 2020, they swapped all black plastic trays for clear plastic ones; these new clear plastic trays contain a minimum of 70% recycled content and can easily be recycled in your kerbside recycling
As well as setting their Planet Pledge, they have also set a commitment for all direct operations to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030. It’s a tall order, but one they are committed to fulfilling as a business
A big part of protecting our planet and our environment is by practicing biodiversity. At Hotel Chocolat, they believe that the cacao plant is a champion of biodiversity. On their Rabot Estate in St Lucia, they use gentle farming approaches to grow and farm the cacao. This ensures biodiversity, resulting in better cacao in the long-term and helping the planet