Moncler Group is committed to promote the protection of natural habitats and animal welfare in the areas where its production sites and supply chains are located, recognising the importance of safeguarding ecosystem and biodiversity.
The first step the Group took in line with this commitment was to identify the main biodiversity risks present within its value chain. Over the last two years the Group, with the active involvement of its suppliers, carried out a hotspot analysis to identify the main areas of supply of its strategic raw materials, quantifying, for each of them, the impact in terms of land use, climate change, water stress, land and marine pollution.
This assessment was done using a location-specific approach that enabled the evaluation of the impact-related biodiversity risks both of Group’s own operations sites and of its
value chain. The approach, developed on the basis of the guidelines of the Science Based Targets for Nature (SBTN) and the AR3T (Avoid,