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Ralph Lauren highlights future goals in new sustainability report


In its recent annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report for fiscal year 2020, Ralph Lauren highlights its goals for the future. The brand recently joined forces with WWF to drive progress toward the company’s goal of reducing water use across its operations and value chain by 20 percent by 2025. Within the first year, this will include an analysis of the company’s water use, identification of areas of water risk and strategies to decrease consumption and address water quality and other water outcomes across its value chain.

The brand also aims to set a science-based target to reduce emissions across the company and value chain by 30 percent by 2030, provide 100 per cent renewable energy to power owned and operated offices, distribution centers and stores by 2025, achieve gender parity in its leadership ranks, with women holding 50 percent of vice president level and above positions at the company, score 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index, in recognition of the company’s work toward ensuring an equitable, inclusive workplace for LGBTQ employees, disclose the racial and ethnic makeup of its global employee base, with additional recent commitments made to reflect the communities the company serves in its leadership across the entire organization, and donate through the Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation and its business, more than $7 million toward causes including cancer care and prevention, LGBTQ equity and inclusion and clean water access for undeserved communities,, and pledge an additional $10 million through the Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation toward COVID-19 relief.


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