Moore & Giles, a Virginia-based leader in commercial leather and consumer leather products, announced its first carbon-neutral leathers, the Mont Blanc and Tribeca product lines, in its commitment to environmental sustainability.
As an important step in its sustainability journey, it introduced the carbon neutral leather Mont Blanc and Tribeca product range. Moore & Giles Firm: “From January 2024, two of our best-selling leathers, Mont Blanc and Tribeca, will be carbon neutral.” said.
“Moore & Giles is deeply committed to environmental stewardship and understands the importance of reducing our carbon impact,” says Moore & Giles Senior Director of Sustainability and Education, Beverly McAuley, LFA. “Adding the success of carbon-neutral leather to our portfolio of sustainable features, along with our in-house initiatives, innovative plant-based tanning methods and stringent third-party certifications, is a testament to our commitment to creating a sustainable future.”
“Moore & Giles has long been at the forefront of environmental awareness in leather goods. Our journey towards sustainability has enabled us to constantly innovate and raise the bar on environmental responsibility. Today, we proudly introduce our carbon-neutral products, Mont Blanc and Tribeca leathers, and are a testament to our unwavering commitment to the planet. “
Moore & Giles has implemented a comprehensive approach to carbon neutrality for its Mont Blanc and Tribeca product lines that includes four elements:
- Carbon Reduction
- Robust Carbon Offset Program
- Third Party Verification, Transparency
- Commitment to Ongoing Sustainability
Moore & Giles Firm was founded in Virginia in 1933. Dedicated to designing and developing the most innovative and luxurious natural leathers for the high-end hospitality, aerospace/automotive and residential interior design industries. They also have a collection of luxury leather bags, accessories and homewares as an additional way to showcase the natural beauty and timeless appeal of natural leathers.