The L'Oréal sustainability commitment

The L'Oréal sustainability commitment

1 The L’Oréal sustainability commitment

The L'Oréal sustainability commitment

2 Sharing Beauty With All L ’Oréal’s commitment to sustainability L’ORÉAL’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNITED NATIONS’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS As part of L’Oréal’s sustainability programme, Sharing Beauty With All, launched in 2013, the Group has set itself a series of tangible commitments towards 2020. They address all its impacts and engage its whole value chain – from product design to distribution – including the production process and the sourcing of raw materials. These commitments are organised into four pillars: innovating sustainably, producing sustainably, living sustainably and sharing growth with employees, suppliers and the communities with which L’Oréal interacts.

Every year, L’Oréal measures its progress quantitatively, making its results available to everyone. By upholding its commitment to continuous improvement, L’Oréal maintains an ongoing dialogue with its stakeholders, in order to share its sustainability strategy and co-create its initiatives. This sustainability programme, along with its strong commitment to ethics, its policy of promoting diversity and inclusion, and its philanthropic activities (conducted with the support of the Fondation L’Oréal and by its brands), enable the Group to contribute to 14 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations in 2015.

The L'Oréal sustainability commitment

3 Editorial We strongly believe that a company’s value should not be measured by its sole economic performance, but also by its contribution to overcoming the most crucial environmental and social challenges that the world is facing today. Since 2014, L’Oréal has regularly reported on its progress in achieving sustainability targets, with the results being verified by a team of independent experts. We are proud of what we have achieved so far, taking into account global challenges such as those related to air pollution. In 2018, the L’Oréal Group reduced carbon dioxide emissions in its factories and distribution centers by 77% (in absolute terms, compared to 2005) while increasing its production volume by 38% in the same period.

Undertaking this commitment in 2013, we set the reduction target at 60%.

Being an active participant of global corporate sustainability initiatives and fully aware of the need for further action to protect the environment, the L’Oréal Group is putting new commitments into practice. One of L’Oréal’s key climate ambitions is the achievement of carbon neutrality in all its production, administration and research facilities by 2025. Aiming to reach such highly ambitious goals, we are continuing the in-depth transformation of the Group towards an increasingly more responsible and sustainable business model, taking into account digital and organizational culture changes.

In March 2017, L’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub was established, allowing a more active contribution to sustainability commitments at a local level - together with L’Oréal Warsaw Plant - the Group’s largest factory in terms of volume. At the end of 2018, the headquarters of L’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub was moved to a new office in the center of Warsaw, which was designed to reflect key aspects of our transformation.

These are just a few of the most important examples of our activities as L’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub, thanks to which we consistently strive to implement the Group’s global commitments. And it makes us proud and happy whenever our Niels Westerbye Juhl General Manager, L’Oréal Poland and Baltic HUB Beata Iwanienko Scientific, Regulatory and Public Affairs Director L’Oreal Poland and Baltic HUB Beginning 2013, the L’Oréal Group has been consistently striving to reach the ambitious targets of its Sharing Beauty With All sustainability commitment towards 2020. The growing awareness of the climate change and its consequences, supported by alarming data, shows that we have taken a right step forward towards a business model that integrates sustainable development and responsibility.

In the first half of 2020, the construction of the Water Recycling Station at the L’Oréal Warsaw Plant, our key sustainability investment in Poland - worth 4 million euros, will be completed.

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4 L’Oréal Poland was awarded the CSR White Leaf by the POLITYKA weekly magazine, Deloitte and Responsible Business Forum. The CSR Leaves are awarded to most socially responsible and engaged companies. Moreover, L’Oréal Poland has been recognized for its efforts on sustainable production and implementation of the dry factory concept, which includes the construction of Water Recycling Station, bringing the company closer towards a circular economy. L’Oréal has been highlighted as a global leader in corporate sustainability by environmental impact non-profit CDP, achieving an ‘A’ score in all three of the rankings conducted by the organisation, for its efforts on climate protection, sustainable water management and fighting against deforestation.

L’Oréal is one of the two only companies to score an A for all three of CDP’s themes. This is in recognition of its impressive actions to mitigate climate risks, tackle deforestation in its supply chain, enhance water stewardship, and lead the new sustainable economy. L’Oréal Poland has been the only beauty company to be listed in the 12th Responsible Companies Ranking 2018 in Poland, taking 15th position. The ranking is organized by Koźmiński Business Hub, in partnership with Responsible Business Forum. The ranking is verified by Deloitte. L’Oréal has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies.

L’Oréal has been recognized for the 9th time and is one of only 3 in the Health and Beauty industry, underscoring their commitment to leading with integrity and prioritizing ethical business practices. The assessment is based upon Ethics Quotient® (EQ) framework, which offers a quantitative way to assess a company’s performance in an objective, consistent and standardized manner. Scores are generated in five key categories: ethics and compliance program, corporate citizenship and responsibility, culture of ethics, governance and leadership, innovation and reputation.

CSR WHITE LEAF CDP RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES RANKING 2018 WORLD’S MOST ETHICAL COMPANIES DISCLOSURE INSIGHT ACTION Awards Niels Westerbye Juhl General Manager, L’Oréal Poland and Baltic HUB Beata Iwanienko Scientific, Regulatory and Public Affairs Director L’Oreal Poland and Baltic HUB efforts are recognized. In 2018, L’Oréal Poland was awarded the White CSR Leaf and ranked 8th in the Responsible Business Ranking in the „Consumer goods, pharmacy” category - being the most highly recognised beauty company at the same time.

We encourage you to read the detailed results of the first report summarizing the effects of 2018 activities conducted by L’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub within the Sharing Beauty With All programme.

We are well aware that we cannot act alone to address the magnitude of current challenges. That’s why we are forging external partnerships with multiple stakeholders and maintaining an ongoing dialogue to address these challenges on a local scale. In the face of the climate crisis, it is imperative that we collaborate to safeguard our planet. We are looking forward to cooperating with you.

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5 2020 commitments – L’Oréal Group’s global goals 2018 results – L ’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub performance Innovating sustainably Producing sustainably Every year, L’Oréal reports the evolution of its sustainability performance in relation to its 2020 goals. The Group’s global progress report can be found at: The table below provides a concise, overall summary of L’Oréal Poland and Baltic Hub’s progress within the four major focus areas of the Group’s Sharing Beauty With All programme.

L’Oréal collaborates solely with those suppliers who comply with the standard principles of the Group.

L’Oréal applies very precise criteria for the selection of local suppliers, with whom it establishes long-term cooperation and works together for sustainable innovation. 2020 TARGETS 2018 RESULTS 100% of paper and non corrugated cardboard will have PEFC/FSC certificates 100% of maximization of non-permanent POS fully made of cardboard 95% of POS will be folded Zero use of lamination 79% of paper and non corrugated cardboard has PEFC/FSC certificates 98% of non-permanent POS fully made of cardboard has been maximized 94% of POS is folded to 2% Use of lamination reduced - 33% reduction in CO2 emission, compared to 2005 - 89.6% reduction in CO2 emission, compared to 2005 2020 TARGETS 2018 RESULTS 2018 RESULTS L’Oréal will reduce the CO2 emissions generated by its plants and distribution centres by 60% in absolute terms, compared to 2005 - 37% reduction in water consumption per finished product, compared to 2005 - 20.6% reduction in water consumption per finished product, compared to 2005 L’Oréal will lower its water consumption by 60% per finished product, compared to 2005 - 40% reduction in waste generation per finished product, compared to 2005 - 49.7% reduction in waste generation per finished product, compared to 2005 L’Oréal will reduce its waste generation by 60% per finished product, compared to 2005 ZERO industrial waste to landfill ZERO industrial waste to landfill L’Oréal will send zero L’Oréal Warsaw Plant (Poland) Distribution Centers (Poland and the Baltic States)

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6 To achieve this goal, the Group has developed multiple initiatives: vocational training, Solidarity Sourcing projects and the inclusion of people with disabilities within its teams. These initiatives are implemented in cooperation with local partners (non-profit organizations and charity foundations) who are recognized experts in social issues and vocational training. The objective of Solidarity Sourcing is to convert L’Oréal’s purchasing power into a lever for social inclusion. Introduced in 2010, it has helped the Group build a worldwide purchasing programme based on social solidarity to aid people from underprivileged communities to gain access to employment.

The Solidarity Sourcing programme is active across all the regions where L’Oréal operates. As part of its global policy diversity, introduced in 2005, L’Oréal is committed to supporting people with disabilities. One of the Group’s priorities is to promote the employment of people with disability, in accordance with the local laws. The Group ensures that people with disabilities are welcomed and valued thanks to a voluntary policy that covers accessibility, sourcing, recruitment and training as well as awareness seminars. Since 2015, the Group has been an active member of the ILO Global Business and Disability Network, the branch of the International Labour Organization dedicated to disability issues.

In September 2018, for the third time in a row, the Group was recognised by Thomson Reuters as one of the ten best-performing companies on Diversity and Inclusion, among more than 7,000 businesses assessed. Developing sustainably L’Oréal puts people at the centre of its commitments, taking care not only of its employees, but also are sharing growth with its communities, supporting educational efforts and promoting the concept of self-confidence through expression of beauty. By 2020, the L’Oréal Group has committed to enable more than 100,000 people from underprivileged communities to gain access to employment.

37% reduction in water consumption per finished product, compared to 2005 - 20.6% reduction in water consumption per finished product, compared to 2005 L’Oréal will lower its water consumption by 60% per finished product, compared to 2005 - 40% reduction in waste generation per finished product, compared to 2005 - 49.7% reduction in waste generation per finished product, compared to 2005 L’Oréal will reduce its waste generation by 60% per finished product, compared to 2005 ZERO industrial waste to landfill ZERO industrial waste to landfill L’Oréal will send zero industrial waste to landfill

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7 Developing sustainably with suppliers Developing sustainably with employees 2020 TARGETS 2018 RESULTS L’Oréal will assess and select all strategic suppliers* on the basis of their environmental and social performance All strategic suppliers will assess their own sustainability policy, with L’Oréal’s support 20% of strategic suppliers will support the Solidarity Sourcing programme All L’Oréal Poland and the Baltics local strategic suppliers are assessed and selected on the basis of their environmental and social performance and are obliged to comply with L’Oréal ethics L’Oréal Poland and the Baltics supports its suppliers by sharing sustainable development good practices 2% of L’Oréal Poland and the Baltics strategic suppliers are supporting the Solidarity Sourcing programme by employing people from underprivileged communities 2020 TARGETS 2018 RESULTS Employees will benefit from health cover that reflects best practice in their country of residence Employees will benefit from financial protection in the event of a life-changing accident Every L’Oréal employee will be able to attend at least one training session per year, wherever they are in the world Every L’Oréal employee in Poland and the Baltics benefits from health cover that reflects best practice in their country of residence Every L’Oréal employee in Poland and the Baltics benefits from financial protection in the event of a life-changing accident 98% of L’Oréal employees in Poland and the Baltics is able to attend at least one training session per year, wherever they are in the world *Strategic suppliers are suppliers whose added value is significant for the Group through their weight, innovations, shared goals and geographical representation.

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8 Living sustainably The L’Oréal Group has committed to helping consumers live sustainably by empowering them to make more sustainable choices. Sharing information on the environmental and social impact of its products, evaluating the footprint of each brand, raising awareness among consumers and making sustainability desirable – constitute the key goals of Sharing Beauty With All programme. L’Oréal will evaluate the environmental and social profile of all its products using an assessment tool. All brands will make this information publicly available to allow consumers to make sustainable choices.

All L’Oréal brands will assess their environmental and social impact and make commitments to improve it.

Every brand will report on its sustainability progress and raise consumer awareness of its commitments. 2020 Targets In order to further reduce its carbon footprint and empower its consumers to make sustainable choices, the Group developed and implemented in 2017 an innovative tool, known as the Sustainable Product Optimisation Tool (SPOT), across all its brands for evaluation of their environmental footprint. 100% of new or renovated products in 2018 were evaluated using the product evaluation tool. A total of 2,195 products were evaluated using SPOT, which is now completely integrated into the design and launch process for new products.

Conscious of the influential capacity of its brands, L’Oréal encourages them to raise awareness and encourage action among its consumers on today’s major social and environmental issues. To achieve this, L’Oréal committed to understanding consumer expectations regarding sustainable development, evaluating the footprint of each brand and conducting consumer awareness initiatives.

More than 50% of L’Oréal brands are engaged in awareness efforts including brands in Poland and the Baltics. SPOT: A UNIQUE EVALUATION TOOL ENGAGED AND ENGAGING CAMPAIGNS

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9 Key achievements Living sustainably An international social campaign aimed at increasing awareness of the problem of skin cancer and what damage unreasonable exposure to sunlight might cause. Since 2015, La Roche-Posay has encouraged individuals to examine their moles under the Skin Checker campaign and to use appropriate sunscreens. In 2018, La Roche-Posay distributed 16,000 free interactive UV Patches, measuring the amount of UV radiation reaching the user’s skin.

By returning empty packaging from Kiehl’s products the customers collect stamps which can then be exchanged for products from this brand. In 2018, 6000 empty bottles were collected under the programme in Poland (126 kg of waste which would otherwise potentially end up in a landfill), and 2900 bottles (60 kg of waste) in the Baltic countries.

Since 2010, L’Oréal Group has organized the annual Citizen Day; currently the initiative takes place in 70 countries. On that special day, the L’Oréal employees around the world engage hand in hand in the improvement of the situation of those in need and in environment protection. More and more volunteers participate in volunteering actions, using their energy and skills to help hundreds of non-profit organizations. In 2018 only, 27,600 volunteers spent 170 thousand hours working for 855 organizations. Last year, 225 employees of L’Oréal Polska and L’Oréal Warsaw Plant participated in the Citizen Day, helping more than 830 beneficiaries.

In the Baltics, 87 employees engaged in Citizen Day 2018 to support 105 disadvantaged people.

A pan-European campaign for the prevention of skin cancer, aimed at broadening the knowledge about malignant melanoma and other skin cancers, as well as encouraging ongoing prevention. In 2018, 120 dermatologists joined the action in Poland and 1904 patients used the opportunity to have their moles diagnosed free of charge. The all-Poland social programme aiming at improving the quality of life of the children suffering from atopic dermatitis and helping their families. In 2018, 1650 families enrolled in the programme. Based on questionnaires completed by the candidates, the jury comprising of dermatologists selected 100 families who received from La Roche-Posay a range of products for all-year care of the atopic skin.

One family has been awarded with a three-week stay at La Roche-Posay.

Local initiative run by L’Oréal Warsaw Plant consisting in running 2 environmental projects, one for teenagers and one for preschoolers. In 2018, there were 14 lessons in environmental protection attended by 275 children. In addition, a training on CO2 emissions was conducted for 92 employees of the plant. An initiative aiming at obtaining hair for the children remaining in the care of the Herosi (Heroes) foundation, from which wigs and other systems of non-surgical hair replenishment will be provided for children with cancer and skin diseases (e.g. spot baldness). L’Oréal Professionnel is the strategic partner of this action.

In 2018, 143 Expert L’Oréal Professionnel salons joined the initiative. That allowed us to help 15 children.


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10 Key achievements Producing sustainably The Group’s 2020 target is to reduce the environmental footprint of its plants and distribution centres by 60%, compared to 2005. This includes reducing greenhouse gas emissions in absolute terms, water consumption and waste generation per finished product, and improving product transportation impacts. Water recycling station – the first step towards a dry factory The water recycling station in L’Oréal’s factory located in Kanie is L’Oréal’s major investment project based on the concept of circular economy.

The station will allow for the treatment of waste water produced in the factory, and then recycle the high quality water which will be reused in the factory for manufacturing-related processes. Thanks to the water recycling station, L’Oréal will recover up to 8000 cubic meters of pure water a month (volume corresponding to 16 million 0.5-litre bottles). The investment of EUR 4 million will have become fully operational in the first half of 2020. In 2018, water consumption in the factory was reduced by 37%, with the objective set at 35%, compared to 2005. The target for 2019 assumes the consumption reduction by 41%.

Giving waste a second life Since 2001, all manufacturing waste has been processed in the L’Oréal Warsaw Plant, which means nothing has been disposed of in a landfill. The company operates according to three key principles: avoid generating waste, reduce the amount of waste, and finally, process the waste. This course of action follows the concept of circular economy, which permeates the daily practice of the company.

Factory waste is used for producing bricks, toothpaste, heavy-duty hand cleaning paste, windshield washer fluid or even car window cleaners. In 2018, the L’Oréal Warsaw Plant limited the volume of waste generated by 40% (per single end product in comparison to the reference year of 2005) with the simultaneous production increase by 250%. The target for 2020 assumes waste generation reduction by 60%. Bobbin recycling In 2018, a new waste recycling process was implemented in the L’Oréal Warsaw Plant – the recycling of label backing paper. The innovative recycling method makes it possible to process the bobbin, i.e.

the label backing paper created in the confectioning process, into paper pulp and newspaper paper. The entire process includes: sorting, accumulation and collection of the backing paper as well as bobbin collection and processing. All colours of backing paper are suitable for processing. Thanks to the solution used, the degree of paper recycling in the factory has increased by 8 per cent. Bobbin processing allows for the reduction of CO2 emissions by up to 40% as compared to disposing of paper in a landfill.

The recovery of paper through bobbin recycling is an example of circular economy. UPM Raflatac, the company that processes the factory waste is at the same time the supplier of the label backing paper to the printing house L’Oréal buys new labels from. L’Oréal Warsaw Plant is the Group’s largest factory in terms of the number of products manufactured as well as in terms of large-volume products. The capacity and profile of the Polish factory’s production affects the operation of the entire L’Oréal Group, hence projects such as Water Recycling Station and “dry factory” are so important to the global strategy.

Ewa Urbaniak L’Oréal Warsaw Plant Director

11 L ’ORÉAL HOUSE WARSAW Towards the end of 2018, L’Oréal Poland and Baltic HUB changed its head office. The new headquarters – L’Oréal House Warsaw – located in the centre of Warsaw was designed so as to reflect the important aspects of digital transformation, company culture as well as its strategy of sustainable development. In order to adapt the office space to the different needs of its employees, L’Oréal implemented a modern work model based on the Activity Based Working (ABW) concept. Cutting edge technological solutions were used to ensure better management of remote teams and support communication between teams located in different countries.

The building of the new head office was designed so as to minimize the use of energy and maximise its recovery.

12 Key achievements Sustainability One of the L’Oréal Group’s priorities is to share its success and profit with internal and external stakeholders. To that end, the company runs a number of projects aiming at supporting and educating the community and promoting its key values, such as diversity and integration. L’Oréal Poland For Women in Science One of the company’s oldest initiatives of that kind is the For Women in Science programme which has been run by L’Oréal for 21 years in cooperation with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The aim of the programme is to support the scientific work of women and to encourage them to continue their research, and through this work to increase women’s representation and contribution to the full development of science.

Besides grants, the programme offers women researchers the possibility to promote their scientific achievements. By 2018, the programme allowed 3020 women from 117 countries to be distinguished. The For Women in Science programme originates from France. Poland was the first country to host a local edition of this global initiative. Partners of the L’OréalUNESCO For Women in Science programme initiated in 2001 are the Polish National Commission for UNESCO (from the very beginning of the initiative), the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (since 2013) and the Polish Academy of Sciences (2016).

The total of 93 Polish women scientists were awarded in the 18 editions of the programme. The researchers awarded represent different scientific disciplines, however, they are linked by the high level of the projects and the publications based on those projects. These projects also have an enormous development potential.

13 L’Oréal Baltic For Women in Science Since 2005, the L’Oréal Baltic For Women in Science programme is hosted in Latvia and since 2017 also in Lithuania and Estonia. Programme partners in the respective countries include: The Latvian National Commission for UNESCO and the Latvian Academy of Sciences, the Estonian National Commission for UNESCO and the Estonian Academy of Sciences as well as the Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO and the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences.

So far, a total of 50 grants have been awarded in the Baltic Countries under the programme: 46 to women scientists from Latvia, 2 to Lithuanian women and 2 to Estonian women. The jury is nominated by the Academies of Sciences separately for each country. The organizers of the For Women in Science programmes in all the four countries cooperate with one another within L’Oréal Poland and Baltic HUB, exchanging experience and inspirations. Share&Care With versatile needs of its employees in mind, L’Oréal has run the Share&Care programme since 2013. Share&Care is addressed to all permanent employees and provides a number of benefits.

An important aspect of the Polish edition of Share&Care is the life insurance and accident insurance policy offered to the entire workforce. At the same time, professional healthcare is provided to all employees of L’Oréal Poland and their children. In the Baltics, every employee has health coverage card including covered sports, recreation, optics and dentistry. A special social fund was created for parents working for L’Oréal Poland. It encompasses recreation for children, subsidizing of care in nurseries, children’s clubs, kindergardens, including also daycare providers and nannies. Just before the beginning of the school year, the L’Oréal Warsaw Plant implements the proprietary My First School Bag programme.

The parents of sixand seven-year-olds receive a school starter allowance. In the Baltics, moms returning from maternity leave have 2 extra smart work days per month.

Moreover, the Share&Care programme supports skill-sharing between employees of different age. It is fostered by the rich offer adapted to diverse needs, as well as by specific activities which may include time for skill-sharing, e.g. joint workshops promoting healthy lifestyle, etc. Dr Urte Neniskyte Doctor Urte Neniskyte, the Lithuanian grant recipient of the 2018 For Women In Science Week in Paris (March 2019), received the International Rising Talents award. Doctor Neniskyte was born to the family of chemists and since her earliest childhood, she has perceived life from the angle of science.

The research she is conducting now includes the development of the human brain in early childhood (from 6 months to 6 years of age) with particular attention paid to anomalies which may lead to serious psychological disorders. At present, she is dealing with the phenomenon of the excess of synapses and trying to explain why they are not always removed or “cut” by the human system to guarantee the highest possible productivity. The goal of her research is to explain which factor is decisive in the matter of keeping or removing synapses and how this process can be modified to correct the faults before disease develops.

14 Strategic partnerships and dialogue Being aware of the enormous workload and challenges, L’Oréal Group opts for cooperation with all stakeholders involved in the environmental activities. L’Oréal takes an active part both in the initiatives aiming at transforming the cosmetics industry as well as establishes external partnerships with groups of stakeholders, such as non-governmental organizations, start-ups and suppliers. It is L’Oréal’s deep conviction that the more entities or individuals undertake actions promoting sustainability, the greater and more visible the effect of all initiatives will be.

For many years, L’Oréal Group has supported and implemented the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and is recognized as Global Compact LEAD company. L’Oréal Poland is a partner of the Global Compact Network Poland and since 2017, it has also partnered with the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology in the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals set out in the UN Resolution “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. Since 2018, L’Oréal Warsaw Plant has been a partner of the Water Management programme in Poland, implemented by the Global Compact Network Poland.

L’Oréal Poland is also a strategic partner of the Responsible Business Forum and one of the initiators of the Diversity Charter in Poland. In 2012, it became a Signatory of this document. In conjunction with this, the company implements good practices in the areas of gender equality and is committed to the prevention of discrimination in the workplace as well as promotes activities supporting diversity. L’Oréal Poland is also a member of the French-Polish Chamber of Commerce (CCIFP) and the Polish Association of Cosmetic Industry, the largest organization representing the interests of the entrepreneurs of cosmetic industry.

L’Oréal’s commitments are also associated with the continued partnership and dialogue for sustainable development. The company actively participates in global initiatives and discussions on the most important environmental threats, such as the last year’s Climate Summit COP 24. L’Oréal Poland organizes the For Women in Science programme in Poland together with the Polish National Commission for UNESCO, the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Programme partners of the L’Oréal Baltic For Women in Science programme include: The Latvian National Commission for UNESCO and the Latvian Academy of Sciences, the Estonian National Commission for UNESCO and the Estonian Academy of Sciences as well as the Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO and the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (see page 12 and 13).

15 Karin Laar Corporate Communication and Media Manager Baltic

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