L’Oréal’s Research & Innovation attends the Rio + 20 Conference

At the United Nations conference on sustainable development held in Rio in June 2012, L’Oréal marshalled its efforts by leading a roundtable of international experts.

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L'Oréal research present at the "Rio + 20" summit 

On the occasion of Rio + 20, L’Oréal marshalled its efforts by leading a roundtable entitled "Green Economy within Personal care sector: the example of responsible use of Biodiversity" which brought together international experts such as Vanderlan Bolzani from the University of São Paulo (specialist in the development of active agents originating from the biodiversity of the Mata Atlantica), Daniel Sabara from Beraca (a supplier of raw materials originating from Amazonian biodiversity which involves local communities in its practices) and Sébastien Treyer from the IDDRI (Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations), an expert in global governance of biodiversity for access and benefit-sharing in the context of a green economy.

Watch here the film on responsible use of biodiversity at L'Oréal, which was screened at the opening session of these discussions:

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On the occasion of Rio + 20, L’Oréal marshalled its efforts by leading a roundtable entitled "Green Economy within Personal care sector: the example of responsible use of Biodiversity" which brought together international experts such as Vanderlan Bolzani from the University of São Paulo (specialist in the development of active agents originating from the biodiversity of the Mata Atlantica), Daniel Sabara from Beraca (a supplier of raw materials originating from Amazonian biodiversity which involves local communities in its practices) and Sébastien Treyer from the IDDRI (Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations), an expert in global governance of biodiversity for access and benefit-sharing in the context of a green economy.

Watch here the film on responsible use of biodiversity at L'Oréal, which was screened at the opening session of these discussions:


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L'Oréal research present at the "Rio + 20" summit 

Expert Section

For more information on this topic, see the GRI data sheets: