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Period: July 1, 2016 to July 15, 2016
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L'Oreal Australia Partners With TerraCycle To Launch Recycling Program For Used Personal Care And Beauty Packaging

L'Oreal Australia said it has partnered with TerraCycle to recycle used personal care and beauty packaging through the FREE Beauty Products Recycling Program. Involving the company's Garnier, L'Oreal Paris, and Maybelline brands, the program will allow Australian consumers to recycle their personal care and beauty packaging by signing up for free. L'Oreal said the program is part of its Sharing Beauty with All sustainability initiative.

"TerraCycle Partnership", L’Oréal, July 06, 2016

The Body Shop Launches Monkey-Themed Campaign On Tinder

Beauty retailer The Body Shop launched a marketing campaign on dating app Tinder to promote the company's Bio-Bridges program to protect endangered species. Reggie, a Red Shanked Douc monkey from Vietnam, serves as the brand's representative. Reggie's Tinder profile provides details about the Bio-Bridges program, which aims to restore wildlife corridors in damaged habitats and help endangered species reconnect, breed, and thrive.

"The Body Shop Trials 'Gorilla' Marketing with Monkey Tinder Takeover", CNW, July 07, 2016

Revlon Names Pamela Gill Alabaster Head Of Global Communications And CSR

Revlon, Inc. said it has appointed Pamela Gill Alabaster to manage the company’s Global Corporate Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility department. Alabaster’s responsibilities will include managing the beauty brand’s global internal and external communications, public affairs, and CSR programs and initiatives. She will report to Revlon president and CEO Fabian Garcia.

"Revlon, Inc. Appoints Pamela Gill Alabaster to Lead Global Corporate Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility", Revlon, July 07, 2016

Kroger Outlines Expanded “Eco-Stewardship” Goals For Next Four Years

The Kroger Co.’s expanded sustainability goals include a commitment to 100 percent sustainable seafood and a transition to a cage-free egg supply chain by 2020. CEO Rodney McMullen said the company wants to be a “positive force for change” while driving sustainability and innovation across the supply chain. The company said it is also committed to optimizing all corporate brand packaging, and implementing zero waste in at least 90 percent of its facilities over the next four years.

"Kroger Announces Sustainability Goals for 2020", News release, Kroger , July 07, 2016

Tesco To Sell Only Cage-Free Eggs By 2025

U.K. grocery retailer Tesco said it will stop selling eggs from caged hens by 2025. It made the decision following a focused review of its egg-sourcing strategy, which included meetings with suppliers, industry experts, and other interested parties. The decision follows other sustainability initiatives, including a Fair For Farmers Guarantee for dairy farmers, guaranteed high-value contracts for U.K. potato farmers, and sustainable farming programs for lamb farmers and cheese producers.

"Tesco to stop selling caged eggs by 2025", Tesco, July 13, 2016

Companies, Organizations  

L'Oreal Opens Upgraded Manufacturing Plant With Sustainable Features In Italy

L'Oreal Italy introduced its renovated manufacturing plant outside the city of Turin. Featuring a fully robotized production process, the factory is carbon neutral. According to the company, the renovation enabled the factory to eliminate 9,000 tons of potential carbon emission per year. By combining different renewable sources, including 14,000 solar panels and the use of biogas for the production process, the company has greatly improved the factory's sustainability features.

"L’Oréal Italy Unveils Renovated, Sustainable Plant", Women's Wear Daily, July 05, 2016

Unilever Thailand, Local Marketers Receive Call From Government For Support For Start-Ups And Sustainable Growth

Thailand's Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak called on Unilever Thailand and the Marketing Association of Thailand to support the government's Pracha Rath project to help local business start-ups. Speaking at the business forum “Mobilizing Collective Action to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of a Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty World,” the government executive said Pracha Rath promotes close collaboration between the government and private sectors, as well as the people, to promote sustainable development and economic growth.

"Unilever, marketing groups urged to support start-ups", THE NATION , July 05, 2016

Building a Global Enterprise

Hindustan Unilever Limited, June 30, 2016

Key Takeaways from World of Wipes 2016

Euromonitor International, June 30, 2016

TerraCycle Partnership

L’Oréal, July 06, 2016

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