With Henkel, a leading German personal care and household goods producer, having been awarded the highest score from Sustainalytics, a Dutch rating agency, we take a look at what it’s doing in the field of sustainability.
The discount retailer has refreshed its policies around chemical ingredients in an effort to be a leader in the stainable chemistry movement as well as to provide transparent formulation information to consumers.
One of the leading benchmarking organisations measuring corporate sustainability globally has celebrated its 20th anniversary, and suggested it’s time to take sustainability efforts and reporting up a level.
Fair Hair Care, an organisation set up this year to promote transparency, quality and trust for consumer hair care extensions, has revealed its insight into how to create ethical hair extension brands.
The World Dow Jones Sustainability Index has been announced for 2017, and following a concerted effort to raise the company’s sustainability objectives over the past two years Solvay is again on the list.
The 2017 European edition of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil is due to take place in London, June 12 -13, looking to focus on how the body can make change possible and deliver on three core commitments.
This Saturday is Earth Day, a global celebration that brings attention to environmental protection needs and initiatives. To coincide with the event, L’Oréal has release its 2016 progress report on the company’s sustainability efforts—known collectively...
The report highlights the beauty makers’ corporate responsibility goals and initiatives: “We believe that citizenship and sustainability are essential to our success as a business and our responsibilities as a global company.”
The multinational CPG company announced yesterday that it has signed a deal to purchase the plant-based personal care and household cleaners company known as Seventh Generation—thereby shoring up its position in the naturals market.
BASF, global specialty chemicals firm, has laid out a series of measures by which it hopes to raise the sustainability profile of its personal care ingredients offering, with a particular focus on palm oil.
For the first time ever, the MakeUp Paris event will have a green focus, aimed at showcasing innovations for products that are sustainable and kinder to the planet while still maintaining that competitive edge.