A Gucci art wall in Shanghai. The maison was one of the first luxury brands to adopt the Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L) account, which monitors all GHG emissions in its business.

Gucci is entirely carbon-neutral – here’s how the luxury brand has committed to sustainability

Steps the fashion house is taking include boosting the use of renewable energy, upcycling and recycling, and sourcing raw materials from countries with a lower environmental impact

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A Gucci art wall in Shanghai. The maison was one of the first luxury brands to adopt the Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L) account, which monitors all GHG emissions in its business.
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