Canada Goose has launched its ”Sustainable Impact Strategy,” which is set out in the company’s very first sustainability report. The strategy includes “tangible commitments” that support some of the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs). These commitments include: climate neutrality with direct and indirect (Scope 1 and 2) net zero emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) by 2025 and plans to reduce emissions by more than 80 percent from current levels; the introduction of reclaimed fur into the brand’s supply chain in 2022, which includes starting production of parkas made from reclaimed fur and ending the purchase of new fur, as well as the launch of a consumer buy-back program for fur; the commitment to reach 90 percent of Canada Goose fabrics as bluesign approved for responsible and sustainable practices by 2025, increasing from 32 percent in 2019; the commitment to be 100 percent certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by 2021; and the elimination of disposable plastics in all facilities owned or controlled by Canada Goose.