VENUS & Climate Neutrality

Achieving Climate Neutrality

VENUS is on a mission to reach climate neutrality by 2030. While it won’t happen overnight, the small decisions we make every day contribute to reducing our environmental impact. From our swimwear made of recycled materials to the solar energy that powers our headquarters, we’re actively working to integrate efficient resources throughout the production of our products. With every choice we make, our goal is that you’ll feel it in every stitch of what we do.

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Reducing Our CO2 Emissions

The fashion industry is together responsible for nearly 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. VENUS is working to reduce our emissions, seeking to achieve climate neutrality by:

  • Powering our company headquarters with over 2000 solar panels, as well as installing motion-sensor lights, low-flow water fixtures, UV-blocking windows, ENERGY STAR® equipment and electric vehicle charging stations to make our facilities more energy efficient.
  • Choosing inbound transportation methods, such as sea transportation, that have less of an impact on the environment.
  • Partnering with SeaTrees to balance our carbon emissions and helping them plant mangrove trees that store up to 10x more carbon than tropical forests.
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Using Recyclable Packaging and Paper

Not only are we being more responsible with our products, we are also integrating sustainable materials into our packaging. Our packaging—including our cardboard boxes and plastic bags—are produced using at least 80% recycled content. Our cardboard boxes are also Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified, sourced from responsibly-harvested trees. As a company, our goal is to use 100% sustainable packaging by the end of 2023, and we are well on our way to achieving it!

Working Toward Circularity in Fashion

Even when VENUS clothing is out of our hands and in your closet, its effect on the environment continues. The lifecycle of the clothes you wear leaves an impact on the planet.


It starts with us, though, which is why VENUS sources sustainable fibers whenever possible to craft earth-conscious styles from the beginning. Sustainably crafted or not, VENUS products are designed with quality in mind, making them more durable than fast-fashion alternatives. The goal is for them to stay in your closet longer, keeping them out of landfills that pollute our planet.


When it’s time for a wardrobe refresh, choose to donate your VENUS items instead of throwing them in the trash. Upcycling is also a fun way to transform your existing clothes into something new!

Designing With Responsible Fabrics

Many of our garments are produced using either sustainably-sourced fibers or fibers produced through processes that respect and protect people, nature and animals.

  • Recycled Nylon: Nylon can be made from repurposed materials, such as fishing nets, carpets or post-industrial waste. These materials are diverted from the waste stream and are chopped up, ground, melted and processed into recycled fiber. This process uses less oil, produces less carbon emissions and results in fewer chemicals than creating virgin nylon.
  • Recycled Polyester: Polyester can be made from repurposed recycled materials, such as PET plastic bottles, old garments or fishing nets. Similar to nylon, these materials are diverted from the waste stream and are converted from processed chips into fiber through a process that conserves oil resources and produces fewer carbon emissions than creating virgin polyester

Crafting Sustainable Swimwear

In a variety of bold and classic colors, our swim solids are a more earth-conscious choice for beach day. Designed with recycled fabrics crafted from repurposed pre- and post-consumer materials, these swimsuits have a reduced environmental footprint. By using recycled fibers, we conserve natural resources, cut down on the use of chemicals and emit fewer carbon emissions in the production process.
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