L’Oreal are committed to reduce an impressive 25% of it’s carbon emissions by 2030

by | Oct 23, 2018

British Beauty Council reads in a report by Supply Chain Dive that L’Oreal UK & Ireland have conducted an in-depth analysis of its supply chain to establish how it can cut carbon emissions to achieve its sustainability goals.

Having found that just 1% of its product weight was sent by air in 2017, this still amounted to 30% of the company’s carbon emissions, so reducing air freight is likely to have a huge impact on cutting this.

L’Oreal are committed to reduce an impressive 25% of its carbon emissions by 2030.

Click on the below link to read the full article :

https://www.supplychaindive.com/news/Why-L-Oreal-avoids-air-freight-emissions/538652/

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