Climate-Positive Beauty: L’Oréal/Kiehl's, Beekman 1802 & More Speak Out

What will climate-positive beauty look like?
What will climate-positive beauty look like?

Zero waste, plastic-neutral, carbon-neutral: these are beauty’s new buzzwords. It’s no surprise, then, that brands, retailers and suppliers are adopting a wider array of tools to generate net zero—or even net-negative—waste.

From packaging to ingredients to manufacturing, Luxe Pack New York's "Climate-Positive Beauty" session (October 28, 12:00-1:00 p.m.) will explore the array of possibilities driving beauty’s sustainable future.

Leaders from brands and the supply chain will offer real-world insights into what it takes to reduce or even neutralize the impacts of the industry. Experts include:

  • Brad Farrell, CMO, Beekman 1802
  • UPDATE (new panelist): Maggie Kervick, head of sustainability & CSR for Kiehl’s (L'Oreal)
  • Freya Burton, chief sustainability officer, Lanzatech
  • Monica Becker, director, beauty, personal care and household products, Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation

The session will be moderated by Jeb Gleason-Allured, content director of Global Cosmetic Industry magazine. 

Registration is free and open now.

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