Sustainability, but then make it fashion. Canada Goose fur is set to be completely made up of reused materials in the upcoming years. The Canadian outerwear company announced new moves to become more eco-friendly. One of their major initiatives includes the company switching from purchasing "new fur" to only using "reclaimed fur". There's also going to be a fur buy-back program launching in the coming months that you can take part in.\nOn April 22, the winter coat company announced four key commitments as part of its Sustainable Impact Strategy which includes new measures about fur.\nThe brand plans to introduce reclaimed fur into its supply chain and stop purchasing it new in 2022.\nWith that, parkas will be made with that reclaimed fur.\nIn the coming months, a consumer buy-back program for fur is going to be launched so you can let them take it off your hands and reclaim it.\n"We have always believed in building a business that is good for our team, for the communities we're a part of and for the planet, for generations to come," said Dani Reiss, president and CEO of Canada Goose, in a news release. "No matter how much we've done over the last 60 years, we need to do more – the world can't wait."\nOther initiatives that are part of this sustainability strategy include being Responsible Down Standard certified by 2021, eliminating single-use plastic in all facilities and having 90% of fabrics be certified as responsible and sustainable.\nCanada Goose also plans to have net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.\nView this post on Instagram 👀 A post shared by Hugo 🧚🏻♂️ (@neeroziaa) on Apr 22, 2020 at 10:45am PDT\nCanada Goose has come under fire for its use of real fur.\nEven though it's shifting to reclaimed fur and not buying it new in the coming years, the brand will still use real fur.\nKate Upton was criticized back in 2019 for partnering with the brand and Polar Bears International, an organization that works to ensure the future of the animals in the arctic.\nShe posted a photo on Instagram of her in a Canada Goose jacket while in Churchill, Manitoba for the opening of the organization's new centre and got a lot of hate.\nThe CEO of Canada Goose actually donated $1 million to help open that centre.\nView this post on Instagram Canada Goose トロントから30分ほどの巨大ショッピングセンター、Yorkdale Shopping Centreへ。連日の極寒に耐えかねたのと、向こう10年くらいは普通に着れると思ったのでついにCanada Gooseを購入。 日本の居酒屋のキャッチが海賊品か知らないけどやけに着ているせいで黒と赤ロゴのスタンダードなモデルにはチープなイメージが付いていたので、灰色かつロゴも全然目立たない(むしろカナダグースだとわからない)ゴツめのフード付きを購入。 閉店間際の駆け込みだったため、ここしか寄れなかったのが残念過ぎたけど、リベンジする口実ができたので良しとします。 ショッピング帰りにすぐに着て帰りましたが、もう暖か過ぎてびっくり。 カナダには当時シカゴの冬を共に過ごしたノースフェイスを持って行っていたのですが、どうも経年劣化か風をやけに通してしまっていたので、風を完全に防いでくれる安心感半端ないって！！って感じでした。 日本の冬にはむしろ暑すぎるのではないか？と思うレベルの完璧な性能... 日本で買うより3.4万安く買えたので本当に幸せでございました。 #canada #🇨🇦 #toronto #yorkdaleshoppingcentre #yorkdalemall #canadagoose #retrip_toronto #aircanada #followforfollowback #カナダ #トロント #ヨークデールショッピングセンター #カナダグース #エアカナダ #海外旅行好きな人と繋がりたい #sfc修行 #フォロー返し A post shared by 毛ニートの旅行記 (@neet_trip) on May 13, 2019 at 9:40pm PDT\nRecently, Canada Goose closed all of its stores because of COVID-19 and shifted to making scrubs and gowns for healthcare workers across the country.\nOriginally the goal was to deliver 10,000 units of protective gear but that's been ramped up to 1.5 million units.\nBack in January, the brand announced a new line of parkas from Inuit designers with one-of-a-kind designs meant to celebrate Inuit designers who've provided Canada Goose with inspiration over the years.