Shopify is supporting nine new entrepreneurial, tech-driven companies through its Sustainability Fund, bringing its total carbon removal purchase commitment to US$32 million.
L’Oréal-owned Biotherm has announced that it is dedicating itself to Blue Beauty, which it defines as ‘beauty that comes from water and gives back to it’.
Custom hair care brand Prose has teamed up with BreezoMeter in order to collect data about micro-local pollution levels that impact an individual’s hair and scalp.
Essie has announced its philanthropic partnership in the US with The Foundation for Art & Healing’s Project UnLonely.
Target has announced the opening of its most sustainable store to date. The site will generate more renewable energy than it needs to operate and will test multiple innovations to reduce the building’s emissions.
Neiman Marcus Group has published its first Environmental Social Governance Report, titled, Our Journey to Revolutionize Impact. The paper outlines the department store chain’s 2025 ESG strategy and shares progress to date.
Clorox is facing a class action lawsuit alleging that its Burt’s Bees brand has advertised products as ‘natural’ without disclosing that they contain PFAS or ‘forever chemicals’, according to a report published by Classaction.org.
Some 36 cosmetics companies and industry bodies have joined forces to form The EcoBeautyScore Consortium, which aims to develop an industry-wide environmental impact assessment and scoring system for beauty products.
Dow has announced an exclusive agreement with Locus Performance Ingredients to sell its line of high-performance and multifunctional soporolipid biosurfactants in the global personal care market.
U.S. beauty and wellness retailer Ulta Beauty has announced its latest diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments with a focus on brand amplification, assortment growth and equitable guest and associate experiences.