As a sports brand, we know a thing or two about pushing ourselves to be better. We see sustainability in much the same way. It’s about applying our strengths. Acknowledging and improving on our weaknesses. And making a team effort to reach common goals.
At PUMA, we’re working to manage our impacts and improve our performance across ten key sustainability areas. By doing so, we’ll make better products, and contribute to a better environment and society. And as we make progress, we’ll keep raising the bar to new and higher levels.
At the heart of our sustainability strategy is our respect for human rights. As a core principle of our Code of Conduct, this affects us and all players of our supply chain. There, we have identified the high-risk areas that need to be addressed. For more than 20 years, we have conducted regular audits at our suppliers and our auditing programme has been accredited by the Fair Labor Association since 2007.
At PUMA, we play by the rules. We have not received any environmental fines within the last decade. The purpose of our environmental efforts is to ensure that PUMA and its suppliers are in full environmental compliance and any negative impact on the environment is minimized. In this way, we want to leave an impression on the track and the market, in the hearts of our athletes and consumers