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Protect the playground: Promote partnership with associations
EOCA is a group of businesses in the European outdoor industry that have come together to invest directly into conservation projects worldwide in an effort to give back to the great outdoors.
Initiated by Outdoor Sports Valley in 2018, they engage the outdoor sport industry as well as the protagonists of mountain tourism in the action of protecting nature, the playground of its practitioners.
Salomon is donating each year to the association. »
Salomon is committed to reduce its impact on the environment.
Thus, 3 tools are implemented to monitor the impact and reduce it :
Carbon footprint :
Salomon, through Amer Sports, annually assesses its corporate-wide carbon footprint and participates in the Carbon Disclosure Program ( www.cdp.net ).
Among the key actions following the carbon footprint:
- Sustainability guidelines for store managers Company program to reduce flights Purchased
- First electric cars and first hybrid cars, with plans to replace its entire fleet of vehicles with electric and hybrid vehicles by 2025
- 1000 garbage bins were collected and removed from the ADC and replaced with 100 modern garbage recycling bins, allowing employees to separate and recycle paper, plastic, coffee capsules, cans and organic waste
- Roll-out of video conference rooms and software solutions allowing for a reduction in air travel
- Installation of motion sensors and LED for the lights, which help to reduce energy consumption by 30% at headquarters
Since 2017, Salomon is ISO 14001 certified. which establishes the criteria for an environmental management system. ISO 14001 provides practical tools to manage environmental responsibilities, based on the principle of the continuous improvement of environmental performance by monitoring and controlling the impacts linked to the company’s activities, such as chemical safety, waste and wastewater.
Since 2017, Salomon is also certified ISO 50001 which establishes energy management system. It helps to increase energy efficiencies, conserve resources and mitigate climate change.
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United nations FASHION INDUSTRY CHARTER FOR CLIMATE action
Salomon signed the United Nations Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action in December 2018 and has committed to reduce its carbon emissions by 30% by the year 2030.
To address climate change, a number of countries adopted the Paris Agreement at the COP21 in Paris on 12 December 2015. In the agreement, all countries agreed to work to limit global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius, and given the grave risks, to strive for 1.5 degrees Celsius.
In December 2018, Salomon signed the United Nation Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, committing to 30 percent reduction in aggregate greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 (scope 1, 2, 3), with a vision to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
Signatories of this charter commit to decarbonization of the production phase, the selection of climate friendly and sustainable materials, low-carbon transport, improve consumer dialogue and awareness, work with the financing community and policymakers to catalyze scalable solutions.
Mike Douglas work on Climate change
A PROPOS DE SALOMON
Salomon has been playing in the French alps since 1947.
Our passion for outdoor sports, new technologies and craftsmanship has driven us - and still does - to create progressive gear to enable you to freely enjoy and challenge yourself in the great outdoors.
Don’t wait any longer.
Now, it’s time to play.