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L’Oreal CEO: “Expectations (for sustainable actions) are extremely high”

L'OrealL’Oreal has published its 2011 Sustainable Development Report in the form of a printable summary in the corporate website. This section presents the commitments and updated initiatives of L’Oreal, its brands and affiliates worldwide towards sustainable development. It includes GRI-based data sheets certified at the B+ Application Level. Click here to view the report.

Jean-Paul Agon, L’Oreal Chairman and CEO, declares:

"In a world facing an increasing number of challenges — climatic, environmental and societal — expectations with regard to companies are extremely high. But what could be seen as a constraint is in fact a remarkable source of inspiration, creativity and competitiveness to build sustainable, responsible and inclusive growth."

L’Oreal has set itself the mission of offering all women and men worldwide the best of cosmetics innovation in terms of quality, efficacy and safety. Providing access to products that enhance well-being, mobilizing its innovative strength to preserve the beauty of the planet and supporting local communities.

Sustainable development objectives for 2005-2015: 50% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, waste generated and water consumption per finished product.

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