Canada Goose has launched its new sustainability strategy and committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2025.
The fashion brand says it aims to decarbonise all direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through ‘aggressive’ actions which include the phaseout of all single-use plastics in all the brand’s facilities and the end of new fur purchases.
As part of its strategy, Canada Goose also announced it achieved carbon-neutrality as of March 2020 through investments in offsetting projects, equivalent to 200% of its annual emissions.
The company plans to continue to offset at this level as it continues to transform business operations to achieve its 80% carbon dioxide emissions reduction targets by 2025.
Dani Reiss, President & CEO, Canada Goose, said: “We have always believed in building a business that is good for our team, for the communities we’re a part of and for the planet, for generations to come.
“No matter how much we’ve done over the last 60 years, we need to do more – the world can’t wait. Our aggressive commitments outlined in our first sustainability report are the steps we’re taking to transform the way we do business and ensure we are doing everything we can to create the future we want to see.”