Reporting on Gucci’s environmental performance in its offices, stores and warehouses
Gucci has been making significant strides towards meeting its 2025 sustainability targets. Benchmarked against our Environmental Profit and Loss (EP&L) analysis every year, the reduced consumption of energy, water and paper, for example, in our operations has contributed to our overall sustainability achievements.
At Gucci, we measure and monitor the environmental footprint associated with our direct operations around the world on an annual basis. Thanks to strategically implementing programmes and good practices, we have increasingly improved our environmental performance. We have created and maintained efficient, low-environmental-impact spaces in our offices, stores and warehouses, and we are focused on reducing energy, gas, water and paper consumption, while minimising waste, and recycling where we can. Incorporating new technologies, efficiency improvements and employee engagement also drives our positive results in this area.
Gucci’s comprehensive environmental reporting data is part of our parent company Kering’s annual Universal Registration Document, which reports on the financial and non-financial activity of the entire Kering Group. In compliance with the EU legislative requirements on non-financial disclosure, the Document includes the Group’s social and environmental data derived from its worldwide operations and highlights the progress made towards operational sustainability.
Gucci’s environmental performance for 2019 in numbers:
- -6% tons CO2 emissions (2019 vs 2017)
- -23% energy consumption per employee, on average (2019 vs 2017)
- -22% water consumption per employee, on average (2019 vs 2017)
- -18% paper use per employee, on average (2019 vs 2017)