Sustainability & the Body Shop

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» A beauty brand that appeals to billions
Around 12 different time zones Spanning over 28 different languages Retailed exclusively through 2,400 stores worldwide

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Total Responsibility Management

» History » Mission » Core Values » Goals
 General suggestions  Reducing impact on environment  Responsible sourcing  Against Animal Testing

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Carrier bags The eco-conscious symbol Respect for the aquatic environment Meeting strict biodegradability standards Limiting packaging waste Against animal testing Community Trade Charitable foundation

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Progress on renewable energy sourcing Hybrid cars Offsetting 100% recycled PET Climate change

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» Human Rights refer to the "basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled". So whether it's the right to education, freedom of expression or the basic right to food and water - we believe that they are ALL important. So we celebrate and support those who stand up for what they believe.

Total Responsibility Management

» Asks all suppliers to sign » Supports Ethical Trade Programme » Developed to improve conditions for all workers in the supply chain & to uphold their human rights » Strictly enforced and monitored

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Ethical Trading Initiative base code as code of conduct » Employment is freely » Living wages are chosen paid » Freedom of » Working hours are association and the not excessive right to collective » No discrimination is bargaining are practised respected » Regular employment » Working conditions is provided are safe and » No harsh or hygienic inhumane treatment » Child labour shall not is allowed be used

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» Commitments & Goals made » Progress  where they are currently  being a sustainable brand  supporting community trade  defending human rights  protecting the planet  being against animal testing  activating self-esteem

Sustainability Strategy

» Identification
 Key message being sustainable

» Location In The Store
 Advertisements  Pamphlets  Displays/Display Tables

» Information Given To consumers
 Internet  In-Store  Telephone  Transparent

Sustainability Strategy

» "the process of using environmentally friendly inputs and transforming these inputs through change agents - whose byproducts can improve or be recycled within the existing environment. This process develops outputs that can be reclaimed and re-used at the end of their life-cycle thus, creating a sustainable supply chain." » Reduce costs while helping the environment

Sustainability Strategy

» Achieve through:
 Partnership  Information Technology  Waste Minimize  Transportation

Sustainability Strategy

» Achieving goals » Connection with consumers » Sustainability programs

How Green IS The Body Shop?

» Community Fair Trade
 Seeks to use ingredients wherever possible  Accessing nature’s finest ingredients

» Techniques and traditions
 Grown and harvested by expert local farmers

» Commercially sourced wood
 Forest Stewardship Council

» The Body Shop’s ‘straight’ palm oil
 Over 95% sourced from plantations successfully audited in line with RSPO standards (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil)

» Programs developed to ensure responsibility

How Green IS The Body Shop?

» Cactus & Sisil » Organically Sourced Alcohol » Brazil Nut Oil » Organic Cane Sugar » Sesame Seed Oil » Loofah/Wooden/Hemp Accessories » Camomile

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Shea Butter Beeswax Marula Oil Honey Olive Oil Handmade Paper Gift Baskets Soap Stone Burners Cotton/Wood & Textile Accessories

How Green IS The Body Shop?

» 100% recyclable carrier bags

» Community Fair Trade Bag For Life
» Eco-Conscious symbol

» Weight & volume of packaging measured
» Post-consumer recyclate » Waste minimizing...
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