L’Oréal Announces 2030 Sustainability Goals “Good Planet, See U” Green Consumption Advocacy Project in China and “L’Oréal, for the Future” Globally Articles Commitment from China L’Oréal Announces Its Stunning Sustainability Goals for 2030 “L’Oréal, for… Alongside “Partners of Tomorrow,” the Green Parcel Graffiti Competition, and the First “Super Group Day” on Juhuasuan with a Sustainable Theme Start the The current set of goals for the Group for 2030 are laid out in the new sustainability programme “L’Oréal for the Future.” L’Oréal is dedicated to working with its partners to address urgent social and ecological challenges, promote more sustainable consumption, and protect the planet for a better tomorrow. To this end, the company is taking a two-track approach by both accelerating its internal transformation and empowering its business ecosystem externally.
L’Oréal is launching the “Good Planet, See U” green consumerism advocacy drive for 2020 in conjunction with the company’s new “L’Oréal for the Future” programme and aims. In order to open up the path from insight, interaction, and co-creation to consumption, all companies have collaborated on a variety of online and offline green consumption initiatives this year.
Introducing L’Oréal’s Bold Sustainability Goals for 2030
The COVID-19 crisis has had a significant impact on society and the economy in 2020, but it has also exacerbated the problems caused by environmental deterioration and climate change. The pandemic has caused people to realise that the earth is under tremendous pressure, “Planetary Boundaries” are in danger, and uncertainty about the future has become a big challenge in today’s world.
Humanity has reached a turning point where it must confront global issues, and the coming ten years will be vital to growth. The role of businesses has grown in importance in this environment that is becoming more fragile and uncertain. To take action collectively, businesses must work with the government, our clients, and civil society. The company’s chairman and CEO, Jean-Paul Agon, stated that this is why L’Oréal wishes to start a more dramatic shift and work with all of our partners, including the 1.5 billion consumers, to join this change journey. Climate change, biosphere integrity, land-system change, and biogeochemical flows are among the ecological bottom lines that humanity must closely adhere to in the following 10 years in order to maintain a safe environment for both human health and other species. These ecological bottom lines are defined in “Planetary Boundaries.”
Three pillars make up the “L’Oréal for the Future” sustainability programme for 2030 (see the appendix for detailed goals): Self-Transformation and Planetary Boundaries Respect • By 2030, we will cut all of our greenhouse gas emissions by 50% per finished product compared to 2016; • By 2025, all of our facilities will be carbon neutral thanks to increased energy efficiency and the use of only renewable energy sources; • By 2030, we’ll develop to allow our customers to use 25% less water overall and per finished product than they did in 2016 due to the use of our goods; • By 2030, we’ll be recycling and reusing all of the water utilised in our industrial processes;
• 95% of the ingredients in our baby formula will be biobased, made from plentiful minerals, or obtained through circular methods by 2030. • By 2030, 100% of the plastics used in the packaging of L’Oréal’s products will come from recycled or biodegradable sources (we’ll get to 50% by 2025).
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