Since 2014, Lojas Renner S.A. has been included in B3’s ISE portfolio, which includes companies with the best sustainability practices through a strict selection process.
Since 2011, Lojas Renner S.A. has been included in B3’s IC02 portfolio, which includes companies with the best practices in monitoring, management, and transparency with respect to the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs).
Since 2013, Lojas Renner S.A. has been included in the DJSI of the American indicator of stock market prices, Dow Jones, which includes companies recognized for their risk management in economic, environmental, and social factors.
Since 2010, Lojas Renner S.A. draws up its inventory of emissions according to the GHG Protocol methodology, and publishes its inventory in the public record of emissions. This is the method most widely used by companies and governments worldwide
In 2014, we were recognized as one of the top ten companies in Transparency by the CDP. A British non-profit organization consisting of institutional investors, which purpose is that of measuring information on carbon emission in corporations worldwide, and encouraging measures to prevent global warming.
In 2016 and 2017, Renner was recognized as the Most Sustainable Company in the Retail Sector by Revista Exame’s Guide, which rewards the best practices in corporate socio-environmental responsibility in Brazil.
The management and conduction of the businesses of Lojas Renner S.A. are governed by the sustainability principles for the promotion and delivery of responsible fashion to the society, through the balance between economic, social, environmental, and corporate governance issues in our operations.
For these principles to be met by all participants in 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 different style consumers from classes A and B, with fashion, quality, competitive prices, and excellence in the services provided. Delighting and innovating, always in a sustainable manner.
Sustainability:our businesses and attitudes are based on this principle. In addition to financial results, we seek social development and a reduction in environmental impacts, acting with the best corporate governance practices at all times.
The Sustainability Committee of Lojas Renner S.A. consists of the HR Board—the Board where Sustainability Management is allocated—and of members appointed by the Board of Directors, with the purpose of advising the Board of Directors itself and setting forth the principles and guidelines related to the Company’s sustainable development.
Approved by the Board of Directors, the Sustainability Policy sets the principles to be met in order to ensure an operation in line with the commitment to sustainable development. Click here to learn more.
This policy presents the commitment of Lojas Renner S.A. with 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 gives guidance to managers and collaborators on the ethical and socio-environmental responsibility principles to be met in the relationship between Lojas Renner S.A. and its several audiences. Click here to learn more.
Lojas Renner S.A. is the signatory and a supporter of several initiatives that contribute to a collective agenda intended to promote sustainable development in several aspects:
A global initiative that gathers companies and organizations around ten principles to support human rights, good labor practices, the preservation of the environment, and the fight against corruption.
Brazilian network of signatories managed by the Instituto do Pacto Nacional pela Erradicação do Trabalho Escravo, (Institute for the National Pact to Eradicate Slave Labor) which promotes prevention from and eradication of slave labor in the country’s production chains.
A global action by UNO Women and the Global Pact to support the corporate community in incorporating values and business practices that lead to gender equality and the empowerment of women.
An initiative of Childhood Brasil, a non-governmental organization created in Sweden with the purpose of protecting children and ensuring that “children are children”, fighting the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in Brazilian highways.