Progress report 2017-2020
Kering presents its initial progress and the first results of its sustainability roadmap for 2025.
Kering is sharing its Sustainability Progress Report during the ChangeNOW Summit. The report outlines the projects and progress achieved since 2017 as part of Kering’s 2025 sustainability strategy. The Group has been supporting the global summit for positive innovation since 2018.
“While our progress report reflects the very encouraging achievements Kering has made, there is still significant work to do to reach our near-term sustainability ambitions and go far beyond in the coming years.”Marie-Claire Daveu
Chief Sustainability Officer and Head of international institutional affairs, Kering
“Biodiversity is intrinsically linked to our business, and the need for holistic integration with nature through a strategically-driven approach is critical for our entire industry, and beyond.” Marie-Claire Daveu, CSO of Kering. https://t.co/uLFz7XHh1F #KeringForSustainability https://t.co/QOthRxYptu
Now more than ever, the Earth needs us. Today Kering is taking a step further by unveiling its Biodiversity strategy. By 2025, Kering will protect 1 million hectares of critical, ‘irreplaceable’ habitat outside of our supply chain. https://t.co/uLFz7XHh1F #KeringForSustainability https://t.co/CdnnRaOZo6
Congrats @WeLoveGreen for an amazing online edition - Proud to be a mécène and having supported the Think Tank @lemondefr aiming to promote environmental innovation and encourage the exchange of ideas to help us better understand our ever-changing world. #KeringforSustainability https://t.co/jJDfZ9PL2f
Once again this year, Kering renews its support to @WeLoveGreen as a mécène of the festival which imagined a completely dematerialized edition to keep sharing the values we have in common by connecting and engaging with people through music and Talks. #KeringForSustainability https://t.co/sdlEf3gGCl
Now more than ever, the Earth needs us - Today we celebrate #EarthDay2020 by continuing all the efforts and actions to prevent climate change. We have to keep acting all together to overcome the challenges set by climate change. https://t.co/8CU4Y4AQZ7 #KeringForSustainability https://t.co/SzLTELv2R4
In 2017, Kering unveiled its 2025 sustainability strategy, with a target to reduce its environmental footprint by 40%. The strategy is underpinned by three pillars:
• CARE: taking steps to reduce its environmental footprint and preserve the planet and its natural resources by using innovative tools.
• COLLABORATE: contributing to high environmental, ethical and social performance by promoting parity and diversity and becoming an employer of choice.
• CREATE: imagining innovative alternatives using an open source approach.
In 2020, Kering presents its progress report for its 2025 sustainability strategy. As promised, three years on from its strategy announcement, the Group reports on the progress made for each of the strategy’s three pillars. The Group is also focused on the challenges that still need addressing – by accelerating innovation. Because we are convinced that transparency and open collaboration are critical if we are to address the challenges of sustainability.
Sustainability Progress Report: key figures
“At Kering, we embrace a vision of Luxury that is modern, creative, responsible and inspiring.”François-Henri Pinault
Chairman and CEO of Kering
Kering 2020 Sustainability Progress Report
To consult the full report, download the PDF document below.Kering 2020 Sustainability Progress Report