As a brand with the founding credo of “All Ages, All Races, All Genders,” M·A·C Cosmetics has long been a champion for inclusivity and diversity – starting with its own employees and extending to the communities it serves.
Green is the new M·A·C black. This August, M·A·C Cosmetics launched its pioneer Back-to-M·A·C takeback in Austria to further its commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its packaging.
Due to the multipart – and in most cases, multi-material – nature of cosmetics products in addition to their small sizes, most cosmetic product packaging is not widely accepted at recycling plants in most cities around the world. Hence, it is not easy for consumers to know how and where to dispose of their makeup empties.
By National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM)
As the Director of Global Retail Environmental Health & Safety at The Estée Lauder Companies, Drena Howard’s passion for her work and leadership savvy have made her a rising star in the EHS&S profession. We spoke with her for this edition of CSR Talkback to learn more about the skills in her toolbox and how she invests in her professional development to advance her effectiveness.
Last week, Nancy Mahon, newly installed SVP of global philanthropy and corporate citizenship at Estée Lauder issued a very different type of challenge to her competitors: to share the business impacts of their consumer-focused philanthropic campaigns to revolutionize corporate philanthropy. Read more: bit.ly/1x522Bk