Natura-Tec participated at COP-26 to demonstrate a sustainable, responsible and forward-looking collaborative approach within the cosmetics industry
Natural phenomena (volcanic eruptions, sandstorms, forest fires, etc.) and human activities (industries, transport, agriculture, residential heating, etc.) lead to the emission of gases and fine particles in the atmosphere, and their numbers continue to increase. Knowing that ambient air pollution is the main environmental risk to health and that the two phenomena of climate change and pollution are mutually reinforcing, it is high time to act
The depletion of resources and ecological risks are more than ever at the heart of societal and economic debates. The concept of sustainable development offers a ‘techno-optimistic’ response to this ecological crisis. It is our responsibility to develop new technologies in the service of the environment, with less polluting technologies to help protect and regenerate nature.
At the UN Conference of the Parties in Glasgow (COP-26) in November 2021, the objective of stabilising human-made greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions into the atmosphere at a level that does not endanger the global climate was clearly stated. Natura-Tec participated at COP-26 to demonstrate a sustainable, responsible and forward-looking collaborative approach within the cosmetics industry. As Beauty Day sponsor, the company was able to showcase its circular economy strategies and technologies supported by ingredients that carry finished product designs from cradle to cradle.
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