ESG Reports

The purpose of reporting on Brav’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) expedition is to concretely document and measure our challenges and risks, push our responsibility work forward, and communicate with our internal and external stakeholders about our responsibility goals, negative findings and achievements. 

We at Brav, with our brands Swix, Lundhags, Helsport, Ulvang, TOKO, and, have had a strong focus on ESG matters for a long time, most of our brands since the very beginning of their existence. With our responsibility reports, we can put it into words and invite you to join our responsibility journey. Please take a look at our ambitions, successes, and challenges which we have worked on and continue to work on together with all internal and external stakeholders. 
The report was written in reference to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standard 2021, which is the gold standard when it comes to sustainability reporting and is approved by Ethical Trade Norway and our Board. 
The responsibility report 2022 also contains the due diligence processes according to Section 4 of the Norwegian Transparency Act.

The Norwegian Transparency Act, enforced by Forbrukertilsynet (Norwegian Consumer Authority) starting from July 1, 2022, mandates companies with three primary responsibilities:

  1. Conducting Due Diligence: Companies are obligated to conduct thorough due diligence to recognize and evaluate current and potential negative effects on human rights and fair working conditions within their operations and supply chains.

  2. Reporting on Due Diligence: They are required to annually disclose a detailed report of their due diligence process by June 30 of each year.

  3. Right to Information: Companies must be responsive to public inquiries regarding their approach to addressing existing and potential adverse impacts on human rights and fair working conditions.

In 2023, we integrated the requested information in our first Responsibility Report. As of 2024, you can find a designated report (in Norwegian) here. However, you can still find all the information in our general Responsibility Reports in the section above in English as well.

The purpose of conducting a GHG Emissions Accounting is to get a fact-based status on today’s emissions to be prepared to reduce our carbon footprint in the future.

Since 2021, Brav has been conducted its GHG Emissions Accounting in Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3.

The GHG Emissions Accountings have been done in cooperation with CEMAsys.

GHG Emissions Accounting 2021

GHG Emissions Accounting 2022

GHG Emissions Accounting 2023