L'Oréal has released its new sustainable development programme, L'Oréal for the Future, with a new set of objectives up to 2030.
Tackling with more and more pressing environmental and social challenges, the group is accelerating its transformation towards sustainable development and inclusion. Falling its activities within "planetary boundaries" is the objective.
This collaboration around the sustainable development accounting as a major issue for organisations corroborates this ambition.
As a multi-local company among food leaders, Danone wants to inspire healthier and more sustainable food practices to create long-term sustainable value for all its stakeholders.
The company supports the Chair within this framework.
PwC France & Maghreb is committed to take up the tomorrow's world challenges.
Supporting the Chair is part of facilitating a cultural revolution aimed at reconciling economy and society. Bernard Gainnier, PwC France and Maghreb President, calls for "mobilization and action in favour of societal and environmental challenges that we face today. The company is the only one proficient in federating energies and actors around it".
Since its creation and during the next four years, the French Institute of Internal Audit and Control (IFACI) and the French National Association of Chartered Auditors (CNCC) will support the Chair.
Datamaran, the only one software analysis platform in the world for external and ESG risks monitoring supports the Chair as well.
Finally, the InVivo group is particularly interested in the valuation of multi-capital performance in the financing agricultural and food transition context.