As a partner of the Solutions COP21 exhibition at the Grand Palais, L’Oréal will present its climate actions with a 100m2 space so visitors can discover its transformation process towards a low-carbon model of economic development that is more ecological, responsible and sustainable.
The French beauty giant first launched its sustainable development program, Sharing Beauty with All, at the end of 2013, and its commitments have become a major priority for the company, with CEO and Chairman Jean-Paul Agon stating: “A company in the 21st century can no longer envision its success and durability exclusively through the prism of economic performance. It has a duty to be responsible and to share its success.”
L’Oréal’s three commitments include reducing CO2 emissions from its production by 60 percent by 2020 (from a 2005 baseline); raising consumer awareness for more sustainable consumption; and a zero deforestation pledge, promising that none of the company’s products are linked to deforestation.
In addition the company is working alongside French and American industries for a bold agreement, joining the collective corporate action and supporting the mobilization of the general public.