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PARIS – Luxury fashion group Kering has revealed how it plans to close the loop on circularity by focussing more on product durability, regenerative farming practises, ecosystem health and expanding its repair services.

“We are shifting our production practices to reduce waste, reduce energy and water use, and to eliminate microfibre leakage and single-use plastics,” said the fashion conglomerate in its newly released report: ‘Coming full circle’.

Environmental targets include zero product destruction; 100 per cent renewable energy by 2022; zero single-use plastics by 2025; 100 per cent of raw materials to comply with its own standards by 2025; with zero microfibre leakage by 2030. 

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