Recognized by the UN, L’Oréal Aims for Carbon Neutrality by 2050
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During the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Summit in New York, L’Oréal was recognized as a Global Compact LEAD and joined an ambitious program that aimed to limit the global rise in temperature to below 1.5°C, in line with the Paris Agreement. 

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December 10 is United Nations International Human Rights Day. This year, we’re sharing what human rights means at L’Oréal and the stories of some of the people at L’Oréal working on human rights issues.

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27/11/2019

L’Oréal, in a continual pursuit for more sustainable beauty products, is now launching a never-before-seen innovation in the cosmetic industry: a bottle made of vegetable fiber. The result of a collaboration with packaging suppliers, the project marks a new step in reducing the environmental impact of our products.

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25/11/2019

Margaret Johnston-Clarke, Head of Global Diversity and Inclusion at L’Oréal, discusses the Group’s commitment to tackling domestic violence, as a report is published on the impact of this scourge on people’s careers in Europe.