Sharing Beauty With All—The L’Oréal Sustainability Program
Sharing Beauty with all is L’Oréal's sustainability program to explore their 2020 objectives, commitments and concrete achievements.
By 2020, 100% of L’Oréal’s new products will have an improved environmental or social profile. The Group seeks to innovate sustainably through various initiatives that include reducing the environmental footprint of formulas, respecting biodiversity through a sustainable sourcing policy for raw materials, committing to zero deforestation and using eco-designed packaging.
By 2020, L’Oréal will have reduced the environmental footprint of its plants and distribution centres by 60%, from a 2005 baseline. The Group’s key criteria for industrial performance include reducing CO2 emissions in absolute terms, cutting water consumption, reducing waste per unit of finished product, and shrinking the transport footprint.
L’Oréal aims to empower its consumers to make sustainable choices. The Group is pursuing a number of initiatives to achieve this goal: transparently sharing information on the environmental and social impact of its products, assessing the footprint of every brand, raising consumer awareness, and making sustainable development more desirable.
Sharing growth with its internal and external stakeholders is a priority for L’Oréal. The Group fosters access to work through a range of programmes, includes suppliers in its sustainable development commitments, and ensures that its employees around the world benefit from the best social practices.
Read more about L’Oréal’s sustainability program and the commitments, actions and results at sharingbeautywithall.com.
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