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L’Occitane joins re100 targeting 100% renewable electricity – a win-win for business and nature

Author: Marie Reynolds, The Climate Group, Published on: 7 June 2017

The L'OCCITANE Group is the latest big name to join The Climate Group and CDP's RE100 campaign, committing to transition to 100% renewables globally, with an interim goal of 80% by 2020...The natural cosmetics company was already aiming to reduce its own carbon intensity by 30% in 2020, compared with 2010. The next step for the company will be transitioning its main subsidiaries to renewable energy by 2020, starting with stores in the UK and US...."By joining RE100, L'OCCITANE wants to be part of the collective effort that will lead to an increase in renewable electricity. This community is an incredible network for sharing information and helping us to accelerate our transition to renewables." L'OCCITANE becomes the 95th company to join RE100, uniting the world's most influential businesses committed to 100% renewable power. Earlier this month, Ebay, IHS Markit, Tesco, and The Lego Group also became members. As well as transitioning to 100% renewable power globally, L'OCCITANE is aiming to equip all its stores with LED lighting by 2020...The company is also educating and influencing its employees on sustainability.

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