World beauty’s green agenda: Environmental claims, blockchain transparency and local sourcing
Earlier this month, the UK hosted the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow – an annual event designed to bring global stakeholders together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, limiting global warming to well below 2°C, amongst a raft of other environmental actions.
So, with climate change and environmentalism front-of-mind as we edge towards the end of 2021, what sort of focus did some of the global beauty markets have on sustainability? Had the COVID-19 crisis impacted any intentions in this space? And what were some of the other key trends shaping the global beauty and personal care category?
CosmeticsDesign-Europe attended the SCS Formulate Trends from around the world conference session to find out.
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