Luxury and sustainable development are often perceived as two antagonistic universes. At Poincaré, we believe that these two worlds can not only cohabit, but even better, jointly participate in a better world.

For this, it is the responsibility of all of us to become aware of current issues and to participate through our actions in this better world. The streams make the rivers, then the oceans. In the same way, each action, small or great, negatively or positively impacts our planet.

Based on this premise, Poincaré participates thanks to you, in the 17 sustainable development objectives established by the United Nations States Member and which are brought together in the 2030 Agenda. This agenda adopted in 2015 defines targets to be achieved by 2030. They meet the following objectives: to eradicate poverty in all its forms and in all countries, to protect the planet and to guarantee prosperity for all.

Each brand allocates part of its income in particular in an expensive distribution circuit, made up of many intermediaries. We believe that consumption patterns have evolved and that you want a more direct and clear sales channel. When you buy a Poincaré watch online, in a boutique or in our private rooms:

You decide which cause you want to fund, among our current sustainable development projects.

You can precisely follow the progress of the projects, from your personal Owners Club space.

We invite you to join us, to participate in the field in the development of projects that require it.

You can increase the financial participation of projects that are particularly close to your heart.

You are part of the Poincaré community; the circle of gentlewomen and gentlemen from present-day.


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Quality education

Ensure equal access to quality education for all and promote lifelong learning opportunities.

Education promotes socio-economic mobility and is a means of escaping poverty. Over the past decade, major progress has been made in improving access to education and increasing enrollment rates at all levels, especially for girls. Nevertheless, more than 260 million children and adolescents were out of school in 2018, almost a fifth of the world's population in this age group. Moreover, more than half of all children and adolescents in the world do not have the minimum level of proficiency in reading and mathematics.

In 2020, as the Covid-19 pandemic spread around the world, a majority of countries imposed the temporary closure of schools; more than 91% of students worldwide were involved, affecting nearly 1.6 billion children and young people. Never in history have so many children been out of school at the same time; this situation has disrupted their learning and turned their lives upside down, especially for the most vulnerable and marginalized children.

In March 2020, concerned with ensuring the well-being of children as well as the continuity of learning, UNESCO launched the Global Coalition for Covid-19 Education, a multi-sector partnership bringing together UN agencies, civil society organizations, media and information technology partners to design and implement innovative solutions. Together, they are working to help countries address connectivity and content challenges and facilitate inclusive learning opportunities for children and young people during this time of sudden and unprecedented education disruption.

Affordable and clean energy

Guarantee access for all to reliable, sustainable and modern energy services at an affordable cost.

Around the world, progress has been made towards this goal, and encouraging signs suggest that energy is more widely accessible and sustainable. Access to electricity in the poorest countries is increasing, energy efficiency continues to improve, and renewable energy is making impressive progress in the electricity sector.

However, sustained progress is needed to improve access for 3 billion people to clean and safe cooking technologies and fuels, to increase the use of renewable energy beyond the electricity and to develop electrification in sub-Saharan Africa.

The Goal Progress Tracking Report provides a global dashboard to track progress on energy access, energy efficiency and renewable energy. It assesses the progress each country has made in these three areas and provides an overview of how far we have to go to achieve the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.

Climate action

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

2019 was the second hottest year on record and marks the end of a decade of exceptional heat. The levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases recorded in the atmosphere reached new records in 2019.

Climate change now affects all countries on all continents. They disrupt national economies and affect lives, as weather patterns change, sea levels rise and weather patterns become more extreme. Although greenhouse gas emissions are expected to decrease by around 6% in 2020 due to travel restrictions and slower economic activities related to the Covid-19 pandemic, this improvement is only temporary. Climate change knows no respite. Once the global economy begins to recover from the pandemic, emissions are expected to return to higher levels.

Saving lives and livelihoods requires urgent action to tackle both the pandemic and the climate emergency. The goal is to intensify the planetary response to the threat of climate change by keeping the global temperature increase below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.

Life on land

Preserve and restore terrestrial ecosystems by ensuring that they are used sustainably, fight against desertification and halt the process of soil degradation.

75% of the earth's surface has been altered by human activity, forcing flora and fauna to withdraw into increasingly restricted spaces. About 1 million animal and plant species are already threatened with extinction, many in the coming decades, says the 2019 Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Report. The report calls for transformative change to restore and protect nature. It finds that the health of ecosystems, on which all of humanity and all other species depend, is deteriorating faster than ever, affecting the very foundations of our economies, our livelihoods, our food security, our health and our quality of life around the world.

Deforestation and desertification pose major challenges to sustainable development and negatively impact the lives and livelihoods of millions of people. Forests are vitally important for sustaining life on Earth and play a major role in the fight against climate change. According to the State of the World's Forests 2020 report, since 1990, some 420 million hectares of forests have been lost through conversion to other uses, including agriculture. We need to invest in land restoration to improve livelihoods, reduce vulnerabilities and reduce risks to the economy.