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SUSTAINABILITY

“We judge the value of our results also by how we achieved them because long-term success comes from creating shared value.”

REMO RUFFINI

THE RESULTS OF OUR EFFORTS 2023

LEADER IN ESG RATINGS

first place for the fifth year in a row in the Dow Jones Sustainability World and Europe indices in the Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods sector; achieved, for the first year, the top score (A) in the 2023 CDP Climate Change questionnaire and AAA score from MSCI ESG Research

100%

of electricity used at directly managed corporate sites worldwide (offices, stores, production sites and logistics hub) from renewable sources (~90% in 2022)

-50%

in scope 1 and 2 CO2e emissions vs 20211

 

1  The scope 1 and 2 (market-based) CO2e emissions were calculated assuming Stone Island consolidated from 1 January 2021.

CARBON NEUTRAL2

in directly managed corporate sites worldwide (offices, stores, production sites and logistics hub)

 

2  It is the result of a process to monitor, reduce and offset the residual and unavoidable CO2 emissions generated by the Group in its direct operational management worldwide.

>25%

of yarns and fabrics used in the SS and FW 2023 collections is made with “preferred”3 materials (7% in 2022)

 

3  Materials that aim to deliver reduced impacts compared to the conventional equivalents used by the Moncler Group (for example recycled, organic, or certified according to specific standards).

>40%

of the nylon used in the SS and FW 2023 collections is made with recycled material (15% in 2022)

100% OF NYLON SCRAPS RECYCLED

from own direct sites. Recycling extended to Moncler external outerwear production network, reaching 55% of total outerwear nylon scraps

ELIMINATED SINGLE-USE VIRGIN PLASTIC FROM FOSSIL ORIGIN
100% LOGISTIC PACKAGING MADE WITH ”PREFERRED” RAW MATERIALS
NEW MONCLER KINDERGARTEN

for the employees’ children of the production hub in Romania, offering innovative education according to the Reggio Children approach

51%

women in management positions

NEW PARENTS POLICY

adopted worldwide

100%

outerwear manufacturers audited on ethical-social criteria (2021-2023)4

 

4  The figure also includes audits on ethical and social aspects carried out by Stone Island prior to its integration into the Moncler Group.

100%

of down suppliers compliant with the new human rights and environmental modules included in the DIST Protocol

+33% (3.6 million euros)

the investment to support local communities vs 2022

~140,000

people most in need protected from the cold over the past seven years (2017-2023)