PARIS — PPR has garnered the opinions of a group of independent experts in a bid to improve its “environmental profit and loss accounting,” which it introduced at sportswear firm Puma in November 2011 and plans to extend to the rest of its brands by 2015.
The accounting measures translate the environmental impact of the French group’s products into a figure in euros and cents.
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