While most companies pay at least lip service to sustainability, even as planet-friendly has become essential for CPG success, there are those continuing to resist – and that resistance comes in one of two forms: either everything goes suspiciously quiet or, worse, companies shout loudly but their claims don’t stand up to scrutiny.
Throughout 2020, there was much talk of ‘building back better’ and we expected our post-pandemic world to be a green, eco-friendly utopia. However, as 2021 bought renewed lockdowns and restrictions, has our ‘happy ever after’ transpired? Certainly, sustainable beauty is evolving, new targets have been set and we are asking more. We want products with soul and that comes hand in hand with planet-friendly.
Natura &Co’s Founder and Co-chairman has branded the Brazilian government’s climate change targets, announced during the 2021 United Climate Change Conference in Scotland, underwhelming’, according to a report published by Reuters.
Dow has announced that Natura is the first commercial collaborator for strategic sustainability initiative, Project Yba: Conservation that Transforms.
Natura &Co becomes founding member of free streaming platform WaterBear to focus on sustainability mission
atura &Co has entered into a multilevel brand partnership with free streaming platform WaterBear, which works on ensuring the future of the planet.
BASF, LinkedIn, Natura and Visa are all set to take part in a program designed to promote the social inclusion of transgender people and transvestites in the workplace. SOMA, as the initiative is known, is based on the premise that ‘we are stronger together’ and comprises 10 weeks of training and professional development.
Natura &Co, parent company of Aesop, Avon, Natura and The Body Shop, has given its first annual progress report on its Commitment to Life 2030 sustainability vision, which launched last year.
Natura has raised $1 billion for what is said to be the first Latin American sustainability bond.
Natura &Co has signalled its intention to issue dollar-denominated sustainability-linked bonds, according to a report published by GlobalCapital.
CEO of Natura &Co Latin America, Joao Paulo Ferreira has called on the Brazilian government to do more to combat the ongoing destruction of the Amazon rainforest, according to a report published by Reuters.