For FY20, The Estée Lauder Companies achieved zero industrial waste-to-landfill for 100% of its global manufacturing, distribution and innovation sites.
In June 2020, The Estée Lauder Companies committed to ensure that its portfolio of makeup brands deliver products that meet the diverse shade and formula needs of the Black community and its Black consumers, as appropriate by market.
In June 2020, The Estée Lauder Companies, its brands and the Lauder family pledged to give, including through The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation and the company’s matching of employee gifts, a total of $10 million over the next three years (beginning in June 2020) to support racial and social justice and to continue to support greater access to education through groups such as NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Inc., Equal Justice Initiative and the Young Women’s Leadership Schools (TYWLS), a program of the Student Leadership Network.
The Estée Lauder Companies seeks to build productive relationships with its key stakeholders, including employees, consumers, investors, retailers, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), suppliers, regulators and local communities.
The company expects employees and business partners to conduct business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and with the high ethical standards and policies laid out in the Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct.
The Estée Lauder Companies commits to at least double the amount it currently spends on sourcing ingredients, packaging materials and supplies from Black-owned businesses over the next three years.
Recognizing it will take alignment of all our organizations to scale impact globally, we invite you to join the movement as a Steward of Inclusive Capitalism. Together, the collective action of Council members will contribute to a fairer, more inclusive and sustainable future for all people and our planet.