Since 2014, Lojas Renner S.A. has been part of B3's ISE portfolio, which brings together companies with the best sustainability practices through a rigorous selection process.
Since 2011, Lojas Renner S.A. has been part of B3's ICO2 portfolio, which aggregates companies with best monitoring, management and transparency practices in relation to the greenhouse gases (GHGs) emission.
Since 2013, Lojas Renner S.A. has been part of the DJSI of the North American stock exchange Dow Jones, which brings together companies recognized for their risk management in economic, environmental and social factors.
Since 2010, Lojas Renner S.A. has carried out emissions inventory within the GHG Protocol methodology and published it in the public emissions register. This is currently the method that is most used worldwide by companies and governments.
In 2014, we were recognized as one of the ten companies Leaders in Transparency by CDP — a British non-profit organization, composed of institutional investors, which aims at measuring information on carbon emissions in corporations around the world and encouraging measures to prevent global warming.
In 2016 and 2017, Renner was recognized as the Most Sustainable Store of Retail by the Guide at Revista Exame, which rewards the best corporate social and environmental responsibility practices in Brazil.
The management and conduct of business at Lojas Renner S.A. is guided by the principles of sustainability to promote and deliver responsible fashion to society, by balancing economic, social, environmental and corporate governance issues in our operations.
In order for these principles to be watched by everyone who is part of the Company's value chain, the commitment to SUSTAINABILITY is inserted in the organizational culture:
Mission: To be the best and largest fashion retailer in the Americas for the medium/high segment of consumers with different styles, with fashion, quality, competitive prices and excellence in the services. Enchanting and innovating, always in a sustainable way.
Sustainability: This principle guides our businesses and attitudes. Along with financial results, we seek social development and the reduction of environmental impacts, always acting within the best corporate governance practices.
The Lojas Renner S.A. Sustainability Committee is formed by the HR Director — the board in which the Sustainability Management is allocated — and by members chosen by the Board of Directors to assist the Board itself in establishing the principles and guidelines related to the Company’s sustainable development.
Approved by the Board of Directors, the Sustainability Policy guides the principles to ensure an operation that is aligned with the commitment to sustainable development. Click here to learn more.
This policy reflects Lojas Renner S.A.'s commitment to a sustainable development, guiding the management, values and positioning of the Company and all its employees in relation to each of the strategic sustainability guidelines.
Since 1995, the Code of Conduct guides managers and employees on ethical and socio-environmental responsibility principles in Lojas Renner S.A.'s relationship with its various audiences. Click here to learn more
Learn about the relationship between Lojas Renner S.A. and its investors and see the company's detailed reports.
Find below the complete reports of the past years:
To access the latest version of the report in English, click here.
Click here and access the accessible version of the annual report in Portuguese.
Click here and access the accessible version of the annual report in English.
Lojas Renner S.A. is a signatory and supporter of several initiatives that contribute to a collective agenda aimed at promoting sustainable development in different aspects:
A global initiative that joints companies and organizations around ten principles to support human rights, best labor practices, environment protection and the fight against corruption.
A Brazilian network of signatories managed by the National Pact Institute to Eradicate Slave Labor that promotes the prevention and eradication of slave labor in the country's production chains.
A global action by UN Women and the Global Compact to support the business community to incorporate business values and practices that lead to gender equity and women's empowerment.
A Childhood Brasil’s initiative, it is a non-governmental organization founded in Sweden aiming at protecting children and ensuring that "children are children", fighting the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents on Brazilian highways.
The Business Ambition for 1.5ºC proposes the reduction of carbon emissions in order to limit the increase in the average global temperature to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. The commitments are based on scientific criteria established by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi).
The LGBT Rights and Business Forum is an organization that brings together large companies around the commitment to respect and promote the human rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transvestites and transsexuals and aims to influence the business community and the society on the thematic.