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GFG’s sustainability agenda has always been driven by the moral imperative to play a role in transforming the fashion industry in our markets and our commitment to drive supply of and demand for more sustainable fashion.
To materialise our vision to be People & Planet Positive, Worldwide and to deliver on our strategy, long-term bold actions need to be taken.
We believe through GFG’s People & Planet Positive Strategy, and delivery of our six strategic objectives, we can deliver on this vision.
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Mitigate our climate impacts and adapt to a low carbon economy.
orders delivered by low emissions methods
of waste in our operations is diverted from landfill
of directly purchased and own brand packaging made from more sustainable materials
NMV from products made using majority sustainable materials or eco-production methods
of workers in our Tier 1 own brand factories have participated in ethical trade training
position for Dafiti out of 50 brands in the Brazilian Fashion Revolution Transparency Index
The six strategic objectives were developed based on our identified material topics. GFG considers sustainability risk and opportunities to be material when it impacts the business and or its performance and secondly if it is also impacting our primary stakeholders.
We conducted a detailed materiality analysis through comprehensive industry and peer research, insights from 16,000+ customer surveys and interviews with 30+ internal and external stakeholders including board members, executives, investors, NGOs, suppliers and employees collectively supported identification of our material issues. GFG and our regional teams worked collaboratively to set the level of ambition and management plans to address all material topics identified.
We have identified 24 material issues and are represented in our materiality matrix.
The progress made addressing these material topics are disclosed in our annual People & Planet Positive Report. The Group targets and material matrix will be reviewed at least every 2 years to ensure continuous progress towards our ambitions.
GFG believes in achieving our People & Planet Positive objectives, there is a need to regularly engage and respond to our stakeholders. Via meetings, workshops or other avenues we gain better understanding of their perspectives and needs and are therefore able to tailor our activities to better deliver on these. expectations. Collaborative and collective action builds trust and alignment towards common goals.
GFG has identified the following stakeholders as the primary anchors to our growth and success:
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