Reduce absolute CO2 emissions by 60% by 2020 and increase the use of renewable energies
Terms of the action or commitment
2022 follow-up of the action
At the end of 2020, the Group has reduced the CO2 emissions of its factories and distribution centers by 81% (in absolute value) compared to 2005, while expanding its global presence.
In 2020, there were -24% of CO2 emissions linked to the transport of products (in grams of CO2/sales unit per km) since 2011 with 347,942 tonnes of CO2 emitted in 2020, which represents 0.0209 g CO2 per sales unit per km.
For many years, L’Oréal has begun a profound transformation of its model, in all areas, in order to adapt to the great changes in the world. Convinced that sustainable development is an essential factor for success and durability, L’Oréal is deploying an ambitious corporate social responsibility policy, which is shared by its management and teams.
Following its first sustainability programme ‘Sharing beauty with all’, L’Oréal initiated in June 2020 the second generation of its commitments to sustainable development, under the umbrella of a programme called L’Oréal for the Future, with a new set of particularly ambitious targets for 2030.
As part of L’Oréal for the Future, the Group is no longer able to follow up this commitment because L’Oréal has moved to new indicators, which are more holistic, covering all the impacts associated with its value chain : its production and distribution sites, but also its supply chains and the impacts associated with the use of products by consumers.