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Moncler is aware that the path to sustainable development requires policies, tools, and lines of action on environmental issues. Responsibility towards future generations calls for a strong commitment to carefully using natural resources and minimizing impacts.
As proof of its focus on the environment, in 2017 Moncler adopted an Environmen- tal Policy to confirm its full compliance with all applicable laws and regulatory requirements, as well as its commitment to continuously improving its environmental performance, by minimizing the impact of its production site and facilities (offices, warehouses and stores) and of its activities, services, products, and logistics. Moncler makes substantial investments in the technical, economic and professional resources required to fully achieve the policy’s objectives. The document is available in Italian and English, and can be downloaded from the Group’s intranet portal and corporate website.
The maintenance of ISO 14001 certification at the production site in Romania, the Italian corporate offices, and the logistics hub at Castel San Giovanni, Piacenza, is a solid result, which highlights Moncler’s commitment to and investment in environmental protection and the drive for continuous improvement.
Given the nature of Moncler’s business model, in which production is mainly outsourced to external suppliers, its most significant environmental impacts are indirect (scope 3). The Company uses its influence insofar as possible to promote sound environmental practices among its production and logistics suppliers, in an effort to limit the indirect impact generated by the production and distribution of its products. With regard to direct environmental impacts (scope 1 and scope 2), i.e., those caused by offices, stores, logistics centres, and the production site in Romania, as in previous years Moncler concentrates its
• monitoring and assessing environmen- tal impacts, on the basis of which the Company can identify and implement improvement measures;
• purchasing electricity from renewable sources;
• adopting more efficient technologies and lighting systems, as well as green ICT solutions;
• adopting technologies that enable interaction amongst employees, thus reducing business travel;
• using resources efficiently and buying from responsibly managed sources;
• engaging employees and raising awareness across the Company through guidelines and programmes aimed at reducing the consumption of paper, plastic, toners, and energy, and at promoting waste sorting.