3M has elected Audrey Choi, previously the Chief Sustainability Officer and Chief Marketing Officer at Morgan Stanley, to its Board of Directors.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has removed a pledge not to buy wood pulp from degraded forests from its corporate policy, which has led to criticism from environmental groups and investors
A coalition of 22 states and U.S. territories, including California, Texas, and New York, oppose a proposed $10.3 billion settlement with 3M Co.
The Body Shop US has partnered with HeadCount, a non-partisan organisation, to support democracy protection by registering as many first-time voters as possible.
L’Oréal has named Liliahn Majeed as Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, North America. She will report to David Greenberg, CEO, L’Oréal and President North America Zone, and join the L’Oréal USA management committee.
The Estee Lauder Companies has unveiled a Responsible Store Design program to provide a framework for the assessment of new and existing retail stores. The initiative is designed to advance progress towards the US prestige beauty giant’s environmental targets.
3M is set to pay out US$12.5 million to settle several lawsuits bought by US cities that claim their drinking water has been contaminated by PFAS produced by the specialty chemicals manufacturer, according to a report published by The Wall Street Journal.
Procter & Gamble and the World Resources Institute have published the method they created together in order for the US FMCG manufacturer to set its water positive goals.
The Estee Lauder Companies has named its first Chief Sustainability Officer. Nancy Mahon, former SVP, Global Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability has stepped into the new role.
Aiming to reduce the amount of packaging going to landfill, Sephora has announced a new nationwide empties program in the U.S. named Beauty (Re)Purposed, according to a report by Glossy.