Today our societies are facing social crises giving rise to situations of great human suffering, particularly for the most vulnerable.
At the same time, we are fully aware that environmental challenges are increasingly pressing. It is essential not to step back from the sustainable transformation that the world needs.
We, therefore, wish to reaffirm our commitment to the environment and to the preservation of biodiversity and to help mitigate the social crisis for women.
These two causes reflect the values and the historic commitment of L’Oréal.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
By 2030, the L’Oréal Fund for Nature Regeneration will have invested 50 million euros to help regenerate nature.
By 2030, the Fund for will have helped restore 1 million hectares of degraded ecosystems
By 2030, the Fund will have helped capture 15 to 20 million tons of CO2 emissions and we will have created hundreds of job opportunities
Taking our commitment to promote a circular economy to a new level
Conscious of the urgent need to reduce plastic pollution, one of today’s most pressing environmental issues, we are continuing our efforts to reduce single-use plastics and plastic waste.
To do this, we are creating a 50 million euro fund that will finance innovative projects in the field of recycling and the management of plastic waste.
We are aiming for breakthroughs: our ambition is to accelerate the development of innovative, responsible solutions and the creation of new business models that will help promote a more circular economy.