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Tendam Global Fashion Retail
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Tendam Global Fashion Retail

Climate change

We assume our role as part of global sustainable development and work on a new sustainability strategy that establishes a roadmap for the different business areas with the aim of bringing sustainability naturally to the entire value chain.

We are making great progress in our commitment to climate change, aligning our goals with international initiatives that, through sectoral and multinational cooperation, join forces to achieve the challenge of decarbonisation by 2050.

Our strategy focuses on the production with natural materials, the reduction of emissions, the use of renewable energy and the minimization of waste and water use.


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Fashion Pact

We are members of the Fashion Pact, the grand coalition of leading global fashion companies committed to shared key environmental goals based on the Paris Agreement goal of limiting the planet’s temperature rise to below 1.5ºC.

As part of its strategy to manage operations in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way, specific quantitative targets have been set to address the industry’s challenges regarding the fight against climate change, protecting the oceans and biodiversity conservation.

Our firm commitment to this initiative has led us to join their Executive Committee as well as their Management Committee, actively participating in decision-making


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Business ambition for 1.5ºC
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Regarding the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25), Tendam was recognised by the United Nations Global Compact for joining the Business Ambition for 1.5ºC initiative which will set targets for reducing global temperature rise to 1.5ºC in accordance with the limit agreed upon by the scientific community to prevent the worst social and environmental impacts.

This commitment to a significant reduction of carbon for a future with net-zero emissions by 2050, also shared by the Fashion Pact, is part of the most ambitious effort, carried out by companies that demonstrate leadership at a time of environmental, social and economic concern and uncertainty.


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UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action

In order to implement the principles of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, Tendam is committed to working together with stakeholders to achieve the targets that have been set.

Tendam has joined the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, overseen by the United Nations Climate Change Office, to define action steps as well as to set an initial target to reduce GHG emissions by 30% by 2030 and other specific measures such as phasing out carbon sources in supply chains.

Environment change

We assume our role as part of global sustainable development and work on a new sustainability strategy that establishes a roadmap for the different business areas with the aim of bringing sustainability naturally to the entire value chain.

We are making great progress in our commitment to climate change, aligning our goals with international initiatives that, through sectoral and multinational cooperation, join forces to achieve the challenge of decarbonisation by 2050.

Our strategy focuses on the production with natural materials, the reduction of emissions, the use of renewable energy and the minimization of waste and water use.


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Fashion Pact

We are members of the Fashion Pact, the grand coalition of leading global fashion companies committed to shared key environmental goals based on the Paris Agreement goal of limiting the planet’s temperature rise to below 1.5ºC.

As part of its strategy to manage operations in the most efficient and environmentally friendly way, specific quantitative targets have been set to address the industry’s challenges regarding the fight against climate change, protecting the oceans and biodiversity conservation.

Our firm commitment to this initiative has led us to join their Executive Committee as well as their Management Committee, actively participating in decision-making


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Business ambition for 1.5ºC
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Regarding the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25), Tendam was recognised by the United Nations Global Compact for joining the Business Ambition for 1.5ºC initiative which will set targets for reducing global temperature rise to 1.5ºC in accordance with the limit agreed upon by the scientific community to prevent the worst social and environmental impacts.

This commitment to a significant reduction of carbon for a future with net-zero emissions by 2050, also shared by the Fashion Pact, is part of the most ambitious effort, carried out by companies that demonstrate leadership at a time of environmental, social and economic concern and uncertainty.


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UN Fashion Industry Charter

In order to implement the principles of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, Tendam is committed to working together with stakeholders to achieve the targets that have been set.

Tendam has joined the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, overseen by the United Nations Climate Change Office, to define action steps as well as to set an initial target to reduce GHG emissions by 30% by 2030 and other specific measures such as phasing out carbon sources in supply chains.

Renewable energy

Tendam has committed to renewable energy adquisition. During 2020, all the energy consumed for the group’s operations in Spain, which is 80% of the electricity purchased for its own global operations, will be renewable.

The contract to supply renewable energy represents a total volume of about 80GWh/year and covers the more than 800 stores that Tendam’s brands have in Spain as well as the group’s operational facilities in the country, its headquarters, and logistics centres.

Thus, 100% of this energy will be certified with Guarantee of Origin (GoOs) issued by the National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC, for its abbreviation in Spanish) during 2020. This way, the carbon footprint will be significantly reduced as it will prevent the emission of an estimated 30,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

Renewable energy

Tendam has committed to renewable energy adquisition. During 2020, all the energy consumed for the group’s operations in Spain, which is 80% of the electricity purchased for its own global operations, will be renewable.

The contract to supply renewable energy represents a total volume of about 80GWh/year and covers the more than 800 stores that Tendam’s brands have in Spain as well as the group’s operational facilities in the country, its headquarters, and logistics centres.

Thus, 100% of this energy will be certified with Guarantee of Origin (GoOs) issued by the National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC, for its abbreviation in Spanish) during 2020. This way, the carbon footprint will be significantly reduced as it will prevent the emission of an estimated 30,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

Eco-friendly garments

Committed to working in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way, our brands are increasing their collections with eco-friendly materials and processes.
To make our garments more respectful with the environment, we are focusing on all key stages within our value chain.

Using new production methods and new types of innovative fibres and fabrics helps us to reduce the environmental impact of our products.
Our product and purchasing teams are committed to the values with which the company works, betting on bringing sustainability closer to its collections.

The production of more sustainable garments is achieved through the selection of more sustainable fabrics and materials, as well as the use of processes that are more respectful with the environment, which involve the reduction of chemical products in our garments, as well as making good use of the Water.

With R[ECO]NSIDER, Springfield’s commercial offer already reaches 15% on an individual level with garments with sustainable characteristics and initiatives like using natural and recycled fibres as well as its H2Ø programme focused on using laser and ozone techniques in denim finishing processes.

Honest by Women’secret, aims to improve processes and select raw materials that are more environmentally friendly. Its line of bras and panties is made with organic cotton grown on land certified to be free of toxic substances, pesticides and artificial fertilizers.

Cortefiel with its Eco-friendly line, opts for a selection of garments made with sustainable or recycled fibres. They are manufactured with processes that use fewer chemicals and reduce water consumption.

Fifty has started a production process adapted to the new environmental approaches according to the company’s strategy, betting on a new concept based on an eco-friendly Lifeway line.

Water use

Water is the most important natural resource that we have that needs to be preserved. The reduction of water consumption in the manufacture of our garments is one of our greatest objectives. The use of innovative techniques in the production of denim allows us to reduce the environmental impact of the finishes of this type of garment, using new laser and ozone technologies.

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Springfield has launched the collaborative action #BosqueSpringfield, with the aim of directly favoring the creation of forest wealth, contributing to the fight against climate change and deforestation. With this campaign SPRINGFIELD collaborates in reducing the environmental impact, regenerates burned and deforested areas, and in turn compensates its carbon footprint.

The project began this summer in Spain. 30,000 trees have been planted, the equivalent of 10 hectares in an area deforested by the fires. The action is carried out together with CO2Revolution, through a mass plantation technological system through drones, combining two of the most important pillars for Springfield, technology and sustainability.

Eco-friendly garments

Committed to working in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way, our brands are increasing their collections with eco-friendly materials and processes.
To make our garments more respectful with the environment, we are focusing on all key stages within our value chain.

Using new production methods and new types of innovative fibres and fabrics helps us to reduce the environmental impact of our products.
Our product and purchasing teams are committed to the values with which the company works, betting on bringing sustainability closer to its collections.

The production of more sustainable garments is achieved through the selection of more sustainable fabrics and materials, as well as the use of processes that are more respectful with the environment, which involve the reduction of chemical products in our garments, as well as making good use of the Water.

With R[ECO]NSIDER, Springfield’s commercial offer already reaches 15% on an individual level with garments with sustainable characteristics and initiatives like using natural and recycled fibres as well as its H2Ø programme focused on using laser and ozone techniques in denim finishing processes.

Honest by Women’secret, aims to improve processes and select raw materials that are more environmentally friendly. Its line of bras and panties is made with organic cotton grown on land certified to be free of toxic substances, pesticides and artificial fertilizers.

Cortefiel with its Eco-friendly line, opts for a selection of garments made with sustainable or recycled fibres. They are manufactured with processes that use fewer chemicals and reduce water consumption.

Fifty has started a production process adapted to the new environmental approaches according to the company’s strategy, betting on a new concept based on an eco-friendly Lifeway line.

Water use

Water is the most important natural resource that we have that needs to be preserved. The reduction of water consumption in the manufacture of our garments is one of our greatest objectives. The use of innovative techniques in the production of denim allows us to reduce the environmental impact of the finishes of this type of garment, using new laser and ozone technologies.

logo spf

Springfield has launched the collaborative action #BosqueSpringfield, with the aim of directly favoring the creation of forest wealth, contributing to the fight against climate change and deforestation. With this campaign SPRINGFIELD collaborates in reducing the environmental impact, regenerates burned and deforested areas, and in turn compensates its carbon footprint.

The project began this summer in Spain. 30,000 trees have been planted, the equivalent of 10 hectares in an area deforested by the fires. The action is carried out together with CO2Revolution, through a mass plantation technological system through drones, combining two of the most important pillars for Springfield, technology and sustainability.


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