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L’Oréal China and Alibaba Ink Deal for Environmentally Friendly Packaging

L’Oréal China and Alibaba Ink Deal for Environmentally Friendly Packaging

L’Oréal China and Alibaba Group signed an agreement committing to using environmentally packaging in order to reduce waste in China. The agreement, which will be rolled out over the next five months, includes a pledge from L’Oréal to switch to FSC-certified sustainable paper.

Clarins, L’Oreal & Others Launch Initiative to Improve Beauty Supply Chain

Clarins, L’Oreal & Others Launch Initiative to Improve Beauty Supply Chain

Clarins, Coty, L’Oreal and Groupe Rocher have joined with EcoVadis to launch the Responsible Beauty Initiative (RBI), a group that the companies say will accelerate social and environmental performance and progress throughout the

Climate Week 2016: Apple, Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal, GRI, RE100

Climate Week 2016 opened yesterday with business and government leaders convening in New York City for dozens of events that focus on the transition to a low-carbon economy. This year’s Climate Week includes a sharp focus on countries ratifying the Paris climate agreement — and what this means for global … Read more »

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L’Oreal USA CO2 Emissions Plummet 57%

L’Oreal USA reduced its CO2 emissions by 57 percent in 2014 against a 2005 baseline, saving nearly 60,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide, according to the first measured results of its global sustainability program, Sharing Beauty With All. This milestone was due largely to the company’s commitment to expanding its use … Read more »

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L’Oréal Pledges ‘Zero Deforestation’ by 2020

L’Oréal has committed to zero deforestation and says it will source 100 percent renewable raw materials from sustainable sources by 2020. To ensure none of its products are linked to deforestation, the company has implemented action plans related to the sustainable sourcing of palm oil, soya oil and wood fiber … Read more »

Renewables Briefing: L’Oréal, Snyder’s-Lance, Cape Wind

L’Oréal USA is partnering with GeoPeak Energy in a purchase power agreement (PPA) to install a 1.4 MW photovoltaic solar system at L’Oréal’s Piscataway, N.J. manufacturing facility. It is the company’s first U.S.-based green energy application. According to L’Oréal, the new system is expected to reduce the plant’s CO2 by … Read more »

L’Oréal, Weyerhaeuser Among Best Performers in Disclosing Global Forest Footprint

Neste Oil, Danisco, L’Oréal, J. Sainsbury, IOI Group, Marks and Spencer, Mondi, Weyerhaeuser, Drax Group and Reed Elsevier are among the best performers in the Forest Footprint Disclosure (FFD) project’s report (PDF) on procurement policies for forest risk commodities including palm oil, soy, timber, beef, leather and biofuels that are … Read more »

Pepsi, Nestlé Waters, Suntory to Add Support for Enzymatic Recycling Tech from Carbios

Pepsi, Nestlé Waters, Suntory to Add Support for Enzymatic Recycling Tech from Carbios

A handful of major brands have come together to help bring a new technology to market that the companies say will help increase the availability of high-quality recycled plastics. Nestlé Waters, PepsiCo and Suntory Beverage & Food Europe have joined a consortium formed by Carbios and L’Oréal to use Carbios’s enzymatic … Read more »

CDP: World’s Largest Companies Ignore Water Withdrawal Risks

CDP: World’s Largest Companies Ignore Water Withdrawal Risks

A CDP analysis of corporate water withdrawal published today shows that the world’s largest companies are using more of the resource despite greater awareness of the risks. The new study looked at water data from nearly 800 publicly listed companies representing $18 trillion.

CDP: Most Fast Moving Consumer Brands Failing on Low Carbon Innovation

CDP: Most Fast Moving Consumer Brands Failing on Low Carbon Innovation

CDP analyst Christie Clarke shares insights from a new report that ranks 16 of the largest and publicly listed fast moving consumer goods companies on their business readiness for a low-carbon transition.

Key Suppliers Cut CO2, Save Major Companies $19.3 Billion

Key Suppliers Cut CO2, Save Major Companies $19.3 Billion

What a difference a decade makes. A new report from CDP found that over the past 10 years, the world’s biggest purchasers requested transparency from their suppliers, resulting in significant environmental action.

Microsoft and Danone Among Global Companies to Earn ‘A’ for Actions on Climate Change

Microsoft and Danone Among Global Companies to Earn ‘A’ for Actions on Climate Change

China Mobile, Danone, Infosys Limited and Microsoft are among 120 companies that earned the A grade for their action on climate change, according to annual rankings released by CDP. The nonprofit global environmental disclosure platform released its A List, which it says provides a holistic picture of how the corporate world is addressing environmental … Read more »

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