By the end of 2015, three months from COP21, L’Oréal is reinforcing its commitment to fight climate change. Already committed to reduce by 60% the greenhouse gas emissions from its production activities, the Group announced its ambition to become a “carbon balanced” company by 2020. In partnership with its suppliers, L’Oréal will work within its sustainable sourcing of raw materials projects in order to capture carbon in quantity equivalent to the greenhouse gas emissions related to its business.
For example, in Burkina Faso where almost 22,000 women harvest the nuts used to produce shea butter, improved cook stoves will be installed, which consume less wood. This will contribute to reduce the carbon footprint of this activity, to fight deforestation and to generate economic savings for producers.
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