L’Occitane Group launched net-zero roadmap
The L’Occitane Group has unveiled a new strategy aimed at achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The three-pillar plan applies to all brands owned by the group, including L’Occitane en Provence, Sol de Janeiro, Elemis and Grown Alchemist. To develop the strategy, the company has been collecting data on direct and indirect emission sources since its first carbon assessment in 2008.
The three pillars of the strategy include reducing emissions from energy consumption, reducing shared-responsibility emissions, and conserving and restoring ecosystems to neutralize residual emissions. The group aims to halve greenhouse gas emissions generated by energy consumption at its own sites through the use of renewable energy and improving energy efficiency. The company also plans to eliminate air freight by 2030 for product transport and neutralize its residual emissions by 2030.
The targets set by L’Occitane have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative, which encourages companies to address climate change in ways that align with the Paris Agreement. Chief Sustainability Officer Adrien Geiger said that the company has many options for transforming its production units, products, and distribution, but creating a low-carbon world requires developing solutions with consumers and partners. L’Occitane Group partnered with Kering last year to launch the €300m Climate Fund for Nature, which aims to mobilize resources from the luxury fashion and beauty sectors to protect and restore nature, with a focus on women’s empowerment.
You might also be instered in…
NYX Professional Makeup Launches ‘Game Out Loud’ Campaign to Combat LGBTQIA+ Bullying in Online Gaming
NYX Professional Makeup Launches 'Game Out Loud' Campaign to Combat LGBTQIA+ Bullying in Online Gaming In a bid to raise awareness about the issue of LGBTQIA+ bullying in online gaming, NYX Professional Makeup has recently unveiled its latest campaign, titled 'Game...