L'OCCITANE Group’s  Goals Approved by SBTi - Diversified Communications

Commercial, Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Sourcing Renewables  -  April 25, 2023

L'OCCITANE Group Boosts RE Use

The L'OCCITANE Group has committed to reducing its GHG emissions by 2031 and achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 with goals validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). 

The skincare company aims to halve GHG emissions generated by the energy consumption at its own sites (factories, warehouses and retail outlets) by using renewable energies and improving energy efficiency. In 2021, 95% of the electricity consumed came from renewable sources. 

The L'OCCITANE Group is seeking solutions with partners, suppliers and customers to improve its product eco-design and sustainable logistics policies.  The Group also plans to eliminate air freight by 2030 for the transport of its products.

The Group aims to neutralize its residual emissions by 2030 and since 2020 has invested in projects to conserve and restore ecosystems to help with carbon sequestration - €45 million was committed via the Livelihoods Carbon Fund (LFC3) and the Climate Fund for Nature.

"We are aiming to achieve ambitious targets with this commitment. Although our company has many options for transforming its production units, products and distribution, the creation of this low-carbon world requires us to develop solutions with our consumers and our partners," says Adrien Geiger, the L'OCCITANE Group's Chief Sustainability Officer, in a statement.

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