Targets

In 2012 Kering set itself a series of ambitious Targets to achieve by 2016, focusing on our Group’s specific environmental and social challenges, from leather traceability and responsible gold sourcing to water pollution, chemical use and carbon emissions. Over the past four years, we have pushed ourselves beyond our limits so as to drive our brands toward higher levels of economic, environmental, ethical and social performance, whilst also learning what is beyond our limits as one Group tackling a global challenge. Watch the live stream replay to discover more http://bit.ly/1NPcG8N

Evaluating our key suppliers at least every 2 years, and helping guide them to meet best practices and adhere to Kering’s code of conduct.

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Reducing our carbon emissions, waste and water use resulting from the production of products and services by 25%, while accounting for the growth of our business. All remaining CO2 emissions from Scope 1 and Scope 2 activities (as defined in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol) will be offset annually. Kering will continue to partner with offset programmes that contribute to the welfare of the community and the conservation of biodiversity in its operating regions.

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Guaranteeing all our collections are PVC-free by 2016 at the latest.

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Ensuring all hazardous chemicals have been phased out and eliminated from our production by 2020.

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100% of gold and diamonds in Kering’s products will be sourced from verified operations that do not have a harmful impact on local communities, wildlife or the ecosystems which support them.

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100% of leather from domestic livestock within Kering’s products will be from responsible and verified sources, that do not result in converting sensitive ecosystems into grazing lands or agricultural lands for food production.

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100% of precious skins and furs in Kering’s products will come from verified captive breeding operations or from wild, sustainable managed populations. Additionally, suppliers will employ the upmost animal welfare and humane treatment practices in sourcing.

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100% of paper and packaging for Kering will be sourced from certified sustainably managed forests, with a minimum of 50% recycled content. 

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