For the first time, Vaude has published its sustainability report in accordance with the international Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), disclosing its economic, environmental and social performance using comparable performance indicators. The 2013 report's most important contents will be published on a dedicated website titled ‘Moving Mountains' in an understandable format with photos and visuals, so that end consumers and retail partners can easily access it. Vaude has been publishing a sustainability report since 2008. Three years later, Vaude published it for the first time in accordance with the social criteria of the independent Fair Wear Foundation (FWF). The summer 2015 apparel collection is 87 percent certified with Vaude's Green Shape logo. Currently, 72 percent of Vaude's collection presented at the OutDoor show is PFC-free. Vaude aims to eliminate all PFCs from its textile production process by 2020. Starting from 2015, all water-repellent styles in the summer collection will be completely PFC-free. Vaude is also investing €5 million in a new corporate building at its headquarters in Tettnang, which will be finished by mid-2015.