by Stephen Garner

Canada Goose laid out its “Sustainable Impact Strategy” on Wednesday outlined in the company’s first-ever Sustainability Report. The accelerated strategy includes tangible commitments supporting four key UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to ensure a sustainable future for generations to come.

Among the key commitments, the brand wants to reach net zero direct and indirect (Scope 1 and 2) greenhouse gas emissions by 2025, through aggressive and tangible action plans which aim to reduce emissions by more than 80 percent from current levels.

The plan also includes eliminating single-use plastics in all Canada Goose owned or controlled facilities, and, by 2022, Canada Goose plans to introduce reclaimed fur into its supply chain, which includes beginning to manufacture parkas using reclaimed fur and ending the purchasing of new fur. The company also plans to launch a consumer buy-back program for fur in the months ahead.

“We have always believed in building a business that is good for our team, for the communities we’re a part of and for the planet, for generations to come,” said Dani Reiss, president and CEO of Canada Goose. “No matter how much we’ve done over the last 60 years, we need to do more – the world can’t wait. Our aggressive commitments outlined in our first Sustainability Report are the steps we’re taking to transform the way we do business and ensure we are doing everything we can to create the future we want to see.”

As part of its accelerated Sustainable Impact Strategy, Canada Goose also announced it achieved carbon neutrality as of March 2020 through investments in strategic offsetting projects, equivalent to 200 percent of its annual greenhouse gas emissions. The company will continue to offset at this level as it continues to transform business operations to achieve its 80 per cent emissions reduction targets by 2025.


  1. How absurd. Is this another company going leftist and liberal? Maybe you can sell your product in California, which is trying to ban the sale of new fur. This is not only illegal but un-American. I will always sell furs and wear them proudly. It is a statement against the liberal snowflakes of this world.

  2. I guess you miss 1952! Smoking ,drinking, unsafe cars( people going thru windshields). California is the 6th biggest economy in the world and has over 40 million people. If it happens in Cal it eventually happens everywhere. Better to have 785000 people in N. Dakota setting policies for the whole country or Mississippi with the worst economy in the US and worst level of education but that is typical of you minority dingbats. Have your own values and then mind your own business.

  3. Yes I do miss 19562. Better to have the whole world smoking, drinking, WELL DRESSED, strong family values, etc. People back then had an elegance and a class about them, not like today when every kind of freak and perversion seems to get a headline and what was wrong is now right. California and their snowflakes can go to hell.

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