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Progress

In 2019, we became GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified, which requires us to meet specific social and environmental principles. The certification acknowledges our efforts in this area, and at the same time, it serves as guidance for even further improvement. GOTS provides a credible guarantee of environmentally and socially responsible production to the final consumer. This happens through precise control of ingredients, from manufacturing and harvesting of raw materials, through processing to finished product, and the end consumer.
We want to contribute to a positive impact on a grander scale as small or big. Our endured commitment to the environment trickles down to our product hangtags that are certified by Forest Stewardship (FSC). Through this initiative, Wood Wood helps to protect the nature and social conditions of the woods from which the trees come.

Our participation in SDG Accelerator was a small yet significant step towards a sustainable future. Thanks to the UNDP's mentorship, we identified environmentally impactful areas, in which we strive to better for a positive future; Responsible Production and Consumption being vital aspects of our business.

The most significant degree of progress derives from our introduction of ARTEFACT, where we address an area in which we want to contribute to a positive impact on the environment, our employees and our community. The concept is still at its early stages, and we are continuously working to extract even further progress from the aspects of circularity.
  • Explore our CSR initiatives

    Explore our CSR initiatives

TEAM WOOD WOOD

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ARTEFACT

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DIRECTION

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DOUBLE A

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CSR REPORT

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PRODUCTS

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PROGRESS

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TEAM WOOD WOOD

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PRODUCTS

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SOCIAL

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ARTEFACT

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DOUBLE A

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DIRECTION

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PROGRESS

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CSR REPORT

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