In keeping with our dedication to excellence since our Maison's foundation in 1847, Cartier is committed to responsible and sustainable business principles and practices, including sustainable sourcing. We work towards upholding such practices and principles throughout all lines of business including leather products.
We have been working on developing a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of the global production, processing and trade in leather and exotic skins more specifically, in order to develop, promote and implement sustainable management and supply practices in this area.
IN 2009 CARTIER JOINED THE SUSTAINABLE LUXURY WORKING GROUP
The Sustainable Luxury Working Group (SLWG) is comprised of companies in the luxury industry that are committed to advancing good social, environmental and animal welfare practices in their business operations, including sustainable sourcing practices. The working group has been convened by Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) that also acts as facilitator for the SLWG.
The group is committed to discussing common environmental, social, and governance challenges facing the luxury sector, to promote transparency, knowledge sharing, and collaboration across common global supply chains.
The SLWG Approach is based on:
- Research on social and environmental impacts of product sourcing
- Consultation with stakeholders on supply chain system dynamics and potential solution sets to sustainability issues
- Collaboration with peers through in person meetings and teleconferences to surface emerging issues and determine common approaches
For further information: www.bsr.org/en/our-work/working-groups/sustainable-luxury-working-group