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The Group is aware that the path towards sustainable development requires policies, tools and actions that protect the environment. Responsibility towards future generations requires a strong commitment to careful use of natural resources and minimisation of the impacts.

As proof of its focus on the environment and its protection, in 2017 Moncler adopted an Environmental Policy which, in addition to reiterating the ongoing compliance with all applicable laws and requirements, formally endorses the Company’s commitment to continuously improve its environmental performance in order to reduce the impact of its production site and facilities (offices, warehouses and stores), as well as that of its activities, services, products and logistics. Moncler is committed to investing the technical, economic and professional resources necessary to fully comply with its policy guidelines. The document is available in both Italian and English and can be downloaded from the Group’s intranet and Internet sites. This policy will be updated and adopted at Group level in 2022.

The maintenance of ISO 14001 certification at the production site in Romania, the Italian corporate offices and the logistics hub in Castel San Giovanni (Piacenza) in the case of Moncler, and the process begun in 2021 to obtain certification at the corporate offices in Milan and Ravarino (Modena) for Stone Island, are concrete results that highlight the Group’s commitment to, and investments in, environmental protection, along with its drive towards continuous improvement.
With regard to direct environmental impacts, i.e. those generated by offices, stores, logistics centre and production site in Romania, in line with previous years, the Group is focusing its efforts on:
monitoring and assessing environmental impacts to identify and implement improvement measures
• purchasing electricity from renewable sources
• using more efficient technologies and lighting systems and environmentally friendly ICT solutions
• using Building Management System (BMS) supervision tools for an integrated and more efficient management of energy consumption

• using technologies to support interaction between employees, reducing business travel
using resources efficiently and sourcing from responsibly managed sources
engaging and raising awareness among employees through guidelines and programmes to reduce the consumption of paper, plastic, toner, energy and promote waste sorting.
Due to the nature of its business model, in which production is mainly managed through suppliers, the Moncler Group’s most significant environmental impacts are the indirect ones (scope 3). To limit the indirect impact of the manufacture and distribution of their products and within the limits of their influence, Moncler and Stone Island encourage production and logistics providers to apply environmental best practices.