Fashion is a dirty business--responsible for up to 10 percent of global carbon emissions. In response, Reformation is the latest apparel brand to commit to becoming climate positive-- that is, removing more greenhouse gases from the atmosphere than it creates in manufacturing and selling garments, and investing in solutions that have a net positive impact.

With a sustainability team of just four employees, and a target date of 2025, that's more ambitious than or . But the Vernon, California, company hopes to prove that, yes, even smaller companies can--and should--prioritize climate positivity.