CHANEL has committed to using 100% renewable electricity for its operations by 2025 and halving carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 to tackle climate change.
The firm's pledges are in line with the targets of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, aimed at limiting global temperature increases to 1.5°C - last year, the company sourced 41% of its electricity from renewable sources and expects this to increase to 97% by 2021.
The French fashion label's commitment to halve carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 is equivalent to a 66% reduction per unit sold and is expected to reduce supply chain emissions by 40% per unit sold by 2030 compared to 2018.
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