Nancy Mahon explains how ELC plans to 'green' its vehicle fleet

By Julia Wray | Published: 20-Sep-2022

With The Estée Lauder Companies transitioning its corporate fleet of vehicles to electric, its Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability, outlines the company’s roadmap for hitting its 2030 target

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Last month, The Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) revealed ambitious plans to transition 100% of its global corporate fleet of vehicles to electric by 2030. As part of this commitment, it became the first company in prestige beauty to join the Climate Group’s EV100 initiative, which brings together companies who are committed to accelerating the transition to electric vehicles (EV).

Nancy Mahon, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability at The Estée Lauder Companies, tells Cosmetics Business exactly how ELC plans to achieve this and the impact this will have on the company’s Scope 1 emissions.

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