For the third consecutive year, L’Oréal has been named a global leader in corporate sustainability by CDP, the environmental impact non-profit, which named its ‘A List’ for 2018.
The recognition comes for the beauty leader’s efforts in climate change, water security, and forests—all three environmental themes covered by CDP scores. L’Oréal is one of only two companies to achieve a Triple-A CDP score for 2018, and the only company in the world to do so three years in a row.
L’Oréal’s Triple-A CDP score is in recognition of the company’s actions in the last reporting year (2018), to mitigate climate risks, tackle deforestation in its supply chain, enhance water stewardship, and lead the new sustainable global economy.
As part of L’Oréal’s global sustainability program, Sharing Beauty With All, the company has pledged an end to virgin plastic by 2025.