Japanese powerhouse Shiseido has announced the recipients of the 10th Shiseido Female Researcher Science Grant at the grand award ceremony.

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Unilever has become the latest company to sever ties with Sawit Sumbermas Sarana (SSMS) palm oil supplier due to issues over its deforestation practises.

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Cult favourite color cosmetics brand NARS has come under fire on social media after it was unveiled that the brand was going back on its cruelty-free stance in order to enter and develop in the Chinese market, which requires animal testing by law.

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BASF and Procter & Gamble have formed a development partnership with Cargill and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in a bid to drive production of sustainable certified coconut oil. 

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Unilever Philippines has announced it will be working to transition its operations to 100 percent renewable energy by 2018 through a power purchase agreement with First Gen Corp.

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L’Oréal China has continued the company’s plight to endorse a sustainable living ethos with the launch of the Pay a Commitment with Nature charity initiative, which sees the beauty company calling on consumers to recycle empty hair care bottles and various packaging wastes.

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Unilever has teamed up with the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV to develop a ground-breaking new technology to tackle sachet waste.

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Ingredients maker Symrise has released its latest sustainability report, which highlights the company’s plans to achieve economic success through its sustainability commitment.

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Procter & Gamble has set ambitious sustainability goals for its Thai manufacturing base, according to a report published by The Nation, that will see the plant recycle 100 percent of energy, use renewable resources for 100 percent of packaging and production and produce zero waste in the future.

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Big name beauty companies are bending their non-animal testing stance in order to sell on the Chinese market, due to country laws requiring mandatory animal testing on imported cosmetics, according to a report by CNBC.

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