S. Oliver scores 12.3 out of 100 points in this ranking (up from 0 in 2017), and is at the start of its journey towards cotton sustainability.
S. Oliver addresses the negative impacts of cotton cultivation through its membership of Cotton made in Africa and the Better Cotton Initiative. The company has separate specific policies in place to address water reduction, biodiversity and pesticide use in cotton cultivation. S. Oliver does not have a time-bound commitment to source 100% sustainable cotton.
S. Oliver does publish information about the percentage of more sustainable cotton sourced - 1% in 2018.
S. Oliver does not publish information on the absolute volume or origin of the cotton used in its products. The company does not provide information on its suppliers (finished product, fabric manufacturers, yarn spinners).