Kering has today released a new report on its ambitious next steps towards a circular economy. The document also highlights the concrete actions that Kering Houses have implemented around circularity so far, in alignment with their climate and biodiversity strategies.
In line with Kering’s efforts for more transparency, this new report is part of the Group sustainability strategy aiming at rethinking the way it produces, uses and extends the life of resources and products.
“At Kering we already take our approach to circularity very seriously, along with our responsibility to accelerate change. But we know there is more work to be done. This is the time to consolidate our mission for circularity across all our brands and share their progress, as well as collaborating on issues that affect the industry as a whole – from microfibre pollution to increasing efficiency and reducing waste at textile mills and suppliers. Changing the system is energizing, too. We are identifying bold opportunities for a fresh generation of businesses to integrate a culture of regeneration, repair and real change,” commented Marie-Claire Daveu, Chief Sustainability and Institutional Affairs Officer, Kering.