L’Occitane Group has pledged to achieve net zero by 2050, releasing a new climate strategy leading to this goal.
It has revealed separate carbon targets for the next 27 years, with a heavy reduction in its own greenhouse gas emissions needed by 2031.
The targets have been verified by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi), with the company revealing that in 2021, 95% of the electricity it used came from renewable sources.
Since 2020, the beauty firm stated it has invested €45 million (£39.5m) in carbon sequestration projects and those that work to restore nature and ecosystems.
By 2030, L’Occitane has vowed to stop transporting its products by air.