The report also includes Gucci’s new Environmental Profit and Loss (EP&L) results, which incorporate data from 2020, revealing that the House has surpassed its 2025 reduction target four years ahead of time with a -44% reduction of its combined environmental impacts since 2015. The EP&L also confirms a continued reduction pathway year-over-year starting from 2015, achieving a -17% decrease in greenhouse gas emissions and a -9% reduction of its total footprint versus 2019.
“Our inaugural Gucci Equilibrium Impact Report illustrates our actions and commitments to be inclusive, sustainable, responsible and accountable in everything we do. We have surpassed our target to reduce our total footprint four years early, an achievement that underlines our commitment to transformative change. It is our mission to be part of the solution for a better tomorrow and we will continue to build authentic value across our business and in the wider world – value for people, value for climate and value for nature.”