Companies remain keen to demonstrate green credentials as sustainability continues to dominate the global industry agenda: Givaudan’s recent commitment to reducing its harmful emissions comes as the latest example.
The Science Based Targets initiative, organised by various climate and environmental groups and watchdogs, has approved Symrise’s climate strategy, which includes the target of reducing carbon emissions by 17.5% by 2030.
Ahead of an important month for climate change with the COP21 in Paris in December, luxury goods maker LVMH has announced, for the first time in its history, that it is implementing an internal carbon fund which is already estimated at over €5 million.
Climate change has a major effect on our health as well as the planet and this means reducing carbon impact and aiming for a stable climate are of great importance, particularly to the cosmetics industry.
L’Oréal and Unilever have both been awarded an ‘A’ ranking for Performance by global NGO CDP (formally the Carbon Disclosure Project) and included in the CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index 2015 (CPLI) for their climate change mitigation strategies.
A new partnership between labeling company Avery Dennison, WS Packaging Group, and OGX hair care aims to limit the energy and materials that go into product labels as well as the amount of subsequent waste.
L’Oréal has announced that in the space of ten years it has been able to cut half of its CO2 emissions from its production and that its Sharing Beauty with All programme is on track for further progression.
L’Oréal has turned its attention to reducing its environmental impact, particularly concerning its packaging, and announces collaboration with Avery Dennison focusing on the entire lifecycle of its packaging labels.
Anglo-Dutch consumer giant Unilever says it is planning to phase out microplastics from a number of its personal care ranges by the year 2015, in response to increasing awareness over environmental concerns.
In a presentation at the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in Paris last week, Sebastian Debrock, vegetal ingredients manager at Laboratoires Expanscience delved into the importance of being on top of innovation and new technologies as a means of implementing...
In the first of a two-part article, the director of sustainability at Brazil-based direct sales player Natura, Denise Alves, spoke to Cosmetics Design about the company’s innovative approach towards making its entire supply chain more sustainable.
In the second of this two-part interview with Susan Arnot Heaney, executive director of corporate responsibility at Avon, we look at how the company has engaged its employees in sustainable and how it has served to reduce the overall carbon footprint.