L'Oréal has unveiled its ‘next generation’ sustainability programme outlining its 2030 sustainability goals. But what do they entail, and how do they differ from its 2013 objectives?
Today L’Oréal has unveiled what it is calling its ‘next generation’ sustainability programme, L’Oréal for the Future.
The programme outlines the conglomerate’s 2030 goals, drawn up to ensure it operates within “the limits of the planet”, according to its CEO and Chairman Jean-Paul Agon.
In 2013, L’Oréal released its sustainability goals for 2020, under its ‘Sharing Beauty With All’ programme.
Outlining much broader commitments, the beauty giant pledged that by this year 100% of its . . .
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