As part of Nike’s ‘Move to zero’ initiative on tackling climate change to move the company towards a zero carbon and a zero waste future, it recently opened it’s first flagship store in Paris called the House of Innovation Paris.
This new sustainable store design is an embodiment of Nike’s 2019 commitment to tackling climate change, which includes a massive 85,000 kilograms of sustainable materials used in it’s construction and the store is completely run by a clean energy wind from a wind power company in Spain.
Nike’s products are also increasingly sustainably designed with their aim to create long lasting products with the end in mind. Their shoe, the space hippie, is touted to be the lowest carbon footprint shoe to date and they had made the team USA 2020 Olympic uniforms from recycled plastic bottles.
Nadine is the founder and editor of Eco Edition and founder of the Eco Edition Design School. She’s an experienced interior designer, sustainable materials consultant, speaker and serial home renovator.