Our Path
To Carbon Reduction

We all leave an impact on the planet,
so we should all play a part in cleaning up our footprint.

Keeping Earth Cool

Humans are emitting far too much carbon into the atmosphere, and it’s destabilizing Earth’s climate. The science is clear: We can still save the planet, but we have to work fast—and work together. We need to reduce carbon emissions to limit warming to 1.5°C, as called for in the Paris Agreement. To achieve this goal, we must cut global carbon emissions in half by 2030 and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.They say to measure twice and cut once, but managing carbon emissions is going to take a lot more work than that. We started by measuring our scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions (following the Science-Based Targets initiative)to understand our impact and develop a plan for reduction that’s aligned with what the current science tells us.

Our Sustainability Data


Reduction Of CO2 Emissions


Total Power Consumption


Total Water Consumption

Electricity And Water Consumption For Manufacturing

100% Virgin Cashmere
50% Virgin Cashmre + 50% Recycled Cashmere
Electricity Consumption (kWh)
Water Consumption (L)

GHG Emissions (kg CO2e) Of Different Proportions Of Virgin Cashmere

100% Virgin Cashmere
50% Virgin Cashmre + 50% Recycled Cashmere
Raw Material Extraction
Production From Material To Fiber
Production From Fiber To Spun Yarn
Production From Spun Yarn To Fabric

Creating a beautiful green environment is of profound significance to human beings. Greenmount not only adheres to its concept of fashion and environmental protection, but also calls on the fashion industry to care about the environment. "Greenmount Cashmere Ranch" is based on our consistent concept of green consumption. This "NEW HOUSE" of ALBAS YOUNG GOATS, with modern and standardized facilities, will build a better environment for the healthy growth of young goats, and try to solve the situation of the decrease of the number of high-quality goats and the decline of production.

Standardized Management

Standardization Of Pasture Area

20 mu of pasture for each goat is usedas the standard to provide comfortableliving space for sheep.

Forage yard area standardization

no less than 0.5 mu per goat is the standard to ensure that young goats can eat self-sufficientforage in most periods, especially in the winter velvet growing season.

Standardization of the construction of the enclosure

the structure of the barn is semi-open brick structure with color steel roof, which ensures that the sunshine of cashmere goats is controlled for about 8 hoursin the growing season of cashmere. The cleaning work of the enclosure, once a week in summer and twice a month in winter, to ensurethat the velvet from the beginningof growth is not polluted; And fixed disinfection once a month to ensure that goats arenot infected by virus, to ensure that the index of cashmere fiber standards.

Standardized electronic archives

every goat was born with electronic ear tag, convenient to track their birth information, origin, classification, medical records, epidemic prevention vaccine data mining time, and build into electronic files convenient MuHu grazing and management,also facilitateexpertsdo track record of improving for scientific research, in a planned way,to ensure that every little goats can grow healthy.

Standardization of forage planting

Planting in accordance with the reasonable scheme of the proportion of grassand straw extract to coarse put forward by scientific experts to ensurethat the cashmere goats get a scientific and reasonable forage formula. According to expert advice regularly forage, summer according to weather conditionsand grazing conditions and decide, winter must be fixed time quantitative forage.

Standardization Of Playground Area

According to the stabdard of 3 square meters of activity spacefor each cashmere goat,the fence and the barn are enclosed togetherto ensure that the goats have a certain space for drinking water, forage and feed.

Every piece of our clothing has a professional inspection report.
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