Henkel has announced that its plant in Chennai has become carbon neutral, according to a report published by The Week. The Indian factory is the company’s second facility to hit this milestone in the India, Middle East and Africa region.
Garnier has launched its Pure Active AHA-BHA charcoal serum onto the Kenyan market, according to a report published by Capital FM. The L’Oréal-owned brand said that there was growing demand for environmentally conscious products in the East African market.
Unilever Arabia has added an electric vehicle to its fleet for the first time, according to a report published by Arabian Business. The UK-based FMCG manufacturer’s electric van can travel 300km on a single charge and has a payload capacity of 1400kg.
Together with Bridges Outcomes Partnerships, Unilever Nigeria has signed a US$2 million partnership with Wecyclers to help tackle plastic waste in the African country, according to a report published by Leadership.
L’Oréal Israel has named Maya Dagan to its team of sustainability influencers, according to a report published by the Jerusalem Post.
LVMH has teamed up with beauty industry coalition Cosmetic Valley to fund a new conservation effort in West Africa, according to a report by Vogue Business.
In the first six months of the year, we saw more and more targets set: Douglas published its global ESG goals, China’s Yatsen published its first ESG report and Christian Dior unveiled its eco strategy, while existing sustainability agendas were expanded or extended
LVMH is partnering with the Circular Bioeconomy Alliance in support of its latest Living Lab with a regenerative agriculture project based in Chad.
Unilever-owned Sunlight has partnered with energy services platform Bboxx in a bit to up the availability of clean energy in Kenya, bringing green power to some one million people over the next three years, according to a report published by Edie.
Procter & Gamble South Africa has teamed up with Pick N Pay to launch the new initiative Forests for Good.