« Beyond our limits » or « Beyond Luxury » ? 

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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.

“The Targets we committed to in 2012 guided us to build robust and responsible approaches to address challenges within our business, and beyond, such as climate change. These approaches are now integrated into our business and I am convinced that this has built the strong foundation necessary across our Group in order to go even further in the future,” said François-Henri Pinault, chairman and CEO of Kering.

« We will continue to enhance and expand our sustainability efforts to accelerate change in our own business and across the industry, particularly through our open-sourcing philosophy .”

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Source : Kering Sustainability Targets Report


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