This new year, we are looking for new, simple ways to make good on our resolution to be more environmentally conscious in 2018.
Trends come and go, but we have only one planet on which to live. At Macy’s, our commitment to a sustainable world reaches beyond last season’s trends. We’re interested in putting an everlasting green footprint on the runway. Let’s follow the thread to see where Eileen Fisher’s clothes come from and why these products are so sustainable.
We displayed our commitment to sustainability in a special way during Earth Week by hosting dedication events for our solar technology installations. Our high-efficiency solar panels create energy from unused roof areas.
Our company’s commitment to creating a more sustainable environment is reflected in the inspiring work of our Macy’s Go Green Employee Resource Group (ERG). We’re collecting the inspiring moments from Macy’s volunteers around the country. From coast to coast, here’s what you did to make Earth Week just a little more green.
You’ll be surprised to learn how simple it is. Adopting just one or two of these small steps can add up to a big difference over time. We can all do something to make our footprints a little more green.
Developing a plan is one thing. Delivering real-world results is another. From cutting our energy consumption to decreasing waste sent to landfills, we are making an impact. Find out how.
Decorating is an exciting and joyous task on the holiday to-do list, but then Jan. 2 rolls around. When it’s time to take everything down, not only is it a bit of a downer, but for most people, it’s not very sustainable.
When thinking about sustainability, you might think about conserving energy, recycling paper and plastic, even buying organic and local food. But do you ever think about sustainable apparel? Who knew such a thing existed?
Our Go Green Employee Resource Group and Macy’s Merchandising Group’s Sustainability Committee co-hosted a Sustainability in Retail Panel Discussion, where leading experts on sustainability came together at our New York City offices to discuss the growth of eco-fashion and ways in which Macy’s can embrace this trend to shape a more sustainable retail industry.