By 2025, all of our sites will have achieved carbon neutrality by improving energy efficiency and using 100% renewable energy.
By 2030, we will innovate to enable our consumers to reduce the CO2 emissions resulting from the use of our products by 25% compared to 2016, on average and per finished product.
By 2030, we will reduce by 50% on average and per finished product, the greenhouse gas emissions linked to the transport of our products, compared to 2016.
By 2030, our strategic suppliers will reduce their direct emissions (scopes 1 and 2), by 50% in absolute terms, compared to 2016.
Since 2005 we’ve reduced the CO2 emissions of our plants and distribution centers by 78% in absolute terms compared to 2005, whilst production volume increased by 37% over the same period.
At the end of 2019, L’Oréal had 51 carbon neutral sites (meaning they use 100% renewable energy), including 14 factories.
Focus On Reducing Our Carbon Emissions: What Have We Been Up To?
Our most rapid progress has been on our transition towards a low carbon business model. Here’s an overview of how this was achieved.
L’Oréal China: L’Oréal’s First Market to Achieve Carbon Neutrality For All its Sites
Settimo, A Model Of Good Environmental Performance
Chevilly-Larue: An Innovative And Responsible Building
France, Active Cosmetics Production: Two Plants Go Carbon Neutral
Carbon Balanced, Towards A Low Carbon Business Model