Gildan Activewear announces that it has published its first stand-alone climate change disclosure report structured in accordance with the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations.
The report highlights how the company assesses, prepares, and integrates climate-related matters into its business processes and represents a significant step towards fully aligning with the TCFD framework by 2025 as part of Gildan’s commitments under its next-generation ESG strategy.
“Gildan has been monitoring and addressing climate-related risks and opportunities for over 15 years, and the TCFD framework allows us to better understand our physical and transitional risks, as well as opportunities to enhance our resiliency over the long run,” says Peter Iliopoulos, senior vice president, taxation, sustainability, and governmental affairs at Gildan.
Gildan’s 2022 climate change disclosure report is part of the Company’s 2022 reporting suite, which includes the 2021 annual report and 2021 ESG report that were published earlier this year.
To read the full 2022 climate change disclosure report here.