L’Oréal has launched a EUR15 million Climate Emergency Fund. This initiative aims to bolster vulnerable communities’ resilience against climate disasters.
The European Commission has begun a process to end animal testing for chemicals across Europe gradually.
LVMH has announced a water conservation plan which aims to manage the precious natural resource more efficiently on a global scale, reducing the luxury conglomerate’s consumption by 30 percent by 2030.
Marks & Spencer has partnered with Handle to usher in a store-based Beauty Takeback Scheme. The UK high street stalwart will accept any form of plastic or aluminium empty beauty product packaging at 40 of its stores across the UK.
Beiersdorf is marking World Environment Day with sustainability innovations in the Nivea Sun and Nivea Lip Care categories with reduced CO2 footprints and a refillable packaging solution for its Eucerin brand.
The Netherlands administration plans to hold chemicals manufacturer 3M to account for polluting the Western Scheldt river with PFAS, according to a report published by Reuters.
The European Parliament has voted in favor of a set of anti-greenwashing rules that, if they are passed into law, will see sustainability claims made by companies subject to greater scrutiny, according to a report published by Edie.
DSM-Firmenich has announced the appointment of Katharina Stenholm as Chief Sustainability Officer, effective July 1, 2023.
French President Emmanuel Macron has questioned the need for further environmental regulation from the European Union, according to a report published by the Wall Street Journal.
The British Beauty Council has named Mark Smith, Director General of NATRUE, as Co-Chair of its Sustainable Beauty Council (SBC). Smith will share the role with Jo Chidley, Co-Founder of Beauty Kitchen and Oriele Frank, Co-Founder and Chief Product & Sustainability Officer of Elemis.