Webinar LIVE

Monday, February 8, 2021 ( 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm CET)

WEBINAR LIVE
Sustainability as lever of transformation: the L'Oréal case

In recent years, companies have profoundly transformed their strategies, placing environmental sustainability at the heart of their business models. Today we are entering a phase of further acceleration of this process and L'Oréal has decided to focus on three key elements:
  • reduce environmental impact
  • generate higher social inclusion
  • lead consumers to make more sustainable choices.
In this webinar, Alexandra Palt will illustrate some of the main targets of L’Oréal's sustainability plan, sharing ideas and reflections that could be useful to other companies. In particular, the following topics will be addressed:
  • how to empower consumers in choosing sustainable goods
  • how to reduce the impact of supply chain and production on the environment
  • how to evaluate and improve social and environmental performance of the final product.

Program

Monday, February 8, 2021
4:30 pm - 5 pm CET
Speech by Alexandra Palt
5 pm - 5:30 pm CET
Discussion

Alexandra Palt

Alexandra Palt

Chief Sustainability Officer, L'Oréal

Trained as a lawyer, she is specialized in human rights. In 2012, she joined L'Oréal as Chief Sustainability Officer, launching "Sharing Beauty With All", L'Oréal's sustainability program that sets commitments for 2020 by addressing the company's impact through its value chain. In 2017 Alexandra was appointed Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer, becoming Executive Vice President of the L'Oréal Foundation in addition to her role as Head of the CSR and Sustainability Department. She started her career in a law firm and then worked for Amnesty International. For the next ten years, Alexandra worked at organizations specializing in CSR, diversity, change management and sustainability. 


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