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Timberland Transforms Its Annual Holiday Traditions Into All-Virtual Celebrations of Community and Service

Over 100 volunteers served at virtual projects to support community organizations.
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The spirit of giving is alive and well at the Timberland headquarters in Stratham, NH. Though the more than 300 employees continue to work from home due to COVID-19, they have found new ways to engage with their communities and help those less fortunate.  Also new for this year was a desire to support the Black community more intentionally, which sparked several new partnerships.

Big Interview: Giorgio D'Aprile, Senior Marketing Director EMEA, Timberland

By Sahar Nazir
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Timberland, a brand known for its yellow boots initially made for construction workers, recently launched a three-year sustainable partnership with Westfield London. Senior marketing director Giorgio D'Aprile talks about how the retailer has been trading through the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Timberland, a brand known for its yellow boots initially made for construction workers, recently launched a three-year sustainable partnership with Westfield London. Senior marketing director Giorgio D'Aprile talks about how the retailer has been trading through the Covid-19 pandemic.

VF Corp. Invests in Empathy and Resources for Working Parents

by Rick Bell, workforce.com Editorial Director
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The apparel company gives pandemic-weary parents added help to aid their children’s distance-learning needs.

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The apparel company gives pandemic-weary parents added help to aid their children’s distance-learning needs.

Timberland Aims for Greener World

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In a move to address the environmental effect of the fashion industry, Timberland headquartered in Stratham, has set a goal for its products to have a net positive effect on nature by 2030, giving back more than it takes.

Timberland's Commitments to Better Product and a Greener Future Converge With a Program to Increase Factory Efficiency

IFC’s Vietnam Improvement Program helps factories making Timberland® products use less energy and water while saving costs
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Timberland’s commitment to create better product focuses on what goes into each product as well as how it is made.  Two factories that make Timberland® footwear and backpacks are saving energy, water, and manufacturing costs, thanks to their participation in the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Vietnam Improvement Program (VIP).  This resource efficiency program, adopted by Timberland’s parent company, VF Corporation,

Timberland Finds New Ways to Engage Employees During the Pandemic with its 23rd Annual Serv-a-palooza

Over 150 employees pull on their boots to help strengthen local communities through in-person or online volunteer events
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This fall, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland hosted its 23rd annual Serv-a-Palooza, a company-wide community service event at which employee volunteers dedicate their time to address critical needs in their communities. While the tradition continues, this year’s Serv-a-palooza was considerably different from last year’s as the brand adapted the event to maximize safety for over 150 employee volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

This is Planet Earth

Outdoor brand Timberland rolls out a purpose-led retail space that speaks to its commitment to a greener future
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By Jennifer Acevedo

The ideals of a purpose-driven brand are nothing new to Timberland (Stratham, N.H.), which for nearly 100 years has dedicated itself to fostering a love of nature and the outdoors as well as advocacy of global green initiatives. Recently, the retailer announced a commitment to plant 50 million trees around the world by the year 2025 to kick off its “Nature Needs Heroes” global campaign.

Register Now: Schneider Electric, VF Corp. and We Mean Business Discuss Sustainability Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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While the world we live in today looks a lot different than that of 2019, a few things remain the same – the impact of climate change on our resources and the push to meet corporate sustainability goals by stakeholders. However, due to the new drastic changes we’re facing in the world today, companies are now challenged to think differently about how they move the needle for sustainability. Now more than ever is the time to build a more resilient and sustainable future, and companies cannot take their foot off the gas.

Webinar: Schneider Electric, VF Corp. and We Mean Business Discuss Sustainability Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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While the world we live in today looks a lot different than that of 2019, a few things remain the same – the impact of climate change on our resources and the push to meet corporate sustainability goals by stakeholders. However, due to the new drastic changes we’re facing in the world today, companies are now challenged to think differently about how they move the needle for sustainability. Now more than ever is the time to build a more resilient and sustainable future, and companies cannot take their foot off the gas.

Timberland Reveals Powerful Earth Day Message: ‘Caring Is No Longer Enough’

By Peter Verry
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Timberland has a new message for outdoor adventurers with Earth Day here: “Caring Is No Longer Enough.”

The New Hampshire-based company revealed an open letter to nature today that references the current health crisis that has forced people to stay indoors, keeping us from enjoying the places we once explored. The letter, which is narrated in the voice of a child, promises that mankind will “treat you better than we ever did before” when we’re allowed to return.

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