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Gucci reduces its environmental impact and develops its Equilibrium platform on ecological issues

Gucci reduces its environmental impact and develops its Equilibrium platform on ecological issues

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Gucci’s green move takes a step forward. The renowned Tuscan fashion house, which has launched a 10-year sustainable development plan, has just announced that it has reduced its environmental impact by 21% in 2019 compared to the previous year. It also announced that it has revitalised its “Gucci Equilibrium” portal on environmental issues by launching a new Instagram profile and a new website. The Kering Group’s leading brand thus continues its sustainable commitments to “promote positive change for people and the planet”.

 

 

A substantial reduction of its negative impacts on the environment

 

Gucci has just published its environmental income statement for 2019 and the results are green: in 2019, the Italian luxury brand reduced its environmental impact by 21% compared to 2018, thus getting closer to its objectives for 2025.

 

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