Solar Impulse Partner

LVMH


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The LVMH Group

LVMH is a family-run luxury group, which brings together more than 70 Maisons under six business sectors: Wines & Spirits, Fashion & Leather Goods, Perfumes & Cosmetics, Watches & Jewelry, Selective Retailing and Other Activities. Each of them combines heritage, savoir-faire and modernity.
As a world leader in luxury, LVMH has made sustainable development a strategic priority since its creation and takes great pride in investing resources and skills back into the community. The Group is strongly committed to the transmission of savoir-faire onto next generations, encourages entrepreneurial spirit among its talents and improves their leadership skills, and supports art and culture.

A shared vision

The reason behind our partnership

LVMH and the Solar Impulse Foundation have partnered to find and promote innovative, clean technologies to fight environmental issues, by taking concrete actions to build a more sustainable world.
The Solar Impulse Foundation provides LVMH and its Maisons with certified solutions regarding diverse topics such as energy consumption, renewable energy, alternative ways of transport and more. In return, the Group certifies innovations that are implemented within LVMH, among the Foundation’s pool of 1 000 solutions.

Our results speak for themselves. We are making a commitment to accelerate our efforts in this area and continually go even further.

Bernard Arnault, Chairman and Chief Executive of LVMH

Their commitment

Our measurable objectives

After achieving the targets of its LIFE 2020 policy, LVMH starts a new journey towards even more ambitious goals with the LIFE 360 program.
As the world leader in luxury, LVMH is aware of its responsibilities regarding environmental issues, to deliver exemplary performance in mitigating the impact of its activities and to raise the awareness of its employees and customers on the topic. LVMH has achieved its targets for 2020 and is ready to launch the LIFE 360 program, which will focus on four pillars: climate, biodiversity, creative circularity and transparency. This program will provide a roadmap allowing the Group to align with the trajectory for 2030 set by the Paris Agreement.