Kering publishes its second Progress Report and the latest results of its sustainability roadmap for 2025.
Sustainability is at the heart of Kering’s strategy as much as its creative and modern vision of Luxury. By the same token, it is an ethical necessity and a driver of innovation and value creation for the Group, its Houses, and its stakeholders.
In 2017, Kering unveiled its sustainability strategy, with a target to reduce its environmental footprint by 40%. This strategy is underpinned by three pillars.
2023 sees Kering publish the second Progress Report as part of its 2025 sustainability strategy. This report outlines the Group’s ambitious commitments and the concrete actions implemented throughout its value chain. It also highlights the progress made for each of the strategy’s three pillars and the challenges that still need addressing.
Target to reduce the Group’s environmental impact by 40% achieved in 2021, four years early
Number of startups in collaboration with Kering since 2016
Reduction in intensity of greenhouse gas emissions in the Group’s scope 3 emissions since 2015
Reduction in intensity of greenhouse gas emissions in the Group’s scope 1 and 2 emissions since 2015
Renewable electricity, in accordance with the RE100’s guidelines
Traceability for Kering’s key raw materials
Alignment of raw material production with the Kering Standards
Care, Collaborate, Create. Three pillars to develop a more sustainable and responsible Luxury. Three pillars that shape Kering’s 2025 Sustainability Strategy in a world where reducing resource consumption and respecting people are absolute necessities. Three pillars that embody and drive our ambition: to Craft Tomorrow’s Luxury.
Kering is debuting a podcast dedicated to sustainability. Over five episodes, listeners will deep dive into how Kering is moving towards a more sustainable Luxury that is crafted both for today and tomorrow. Hosted by the journalist Laurianne Melierre, the podcast takes us behind the scenes of sustainability, spotlighting issues such as biodiversity protection, raw materials, new materials, eco-design and circularity. Happy listening!