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Published on Thursday, 14 July 2016

Puma sets 2020 sustainability targets

Written by John Mowbray

PARIS - German sports brand Puma has published new environmental targets for the next five year period. In addition to environmental targets, the new targets, which run up to 2020, cover health and safety, human rights and governance as well as increasingly shifting the company's focus deeper into the supply chain. They also take into account Puma's learnings from the Environmental Profit and Loss (E P&L), the natural accounting system which Puma's parent company, Kering, has worked extensively with in recent years.


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