Estée Lauder Flags Its Green Credentials In The Travel Channel

Pop-ups like this at Qatar’s Hamad Airport will, in future, be built with sustainable practices in … [+] mind.

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The travel retail division of Estée Lauder has outlined, for the first time (and with deadlines attached), its commitment to going green—with packaging and emissions a big focus.

The U.S. beauty company—which sells internationally-recognized brands like Bobbi Brown, Clinique, La Mer, MAC and Tom Ford Beauty—has existing pledges on the environment, and the world of travel retail is now joining in.

In normal, non-pandemic times the channel—encompassing airports, downtown duty-free stores, airlines, cruise ships, and border shops—has been among the company’s highest-growing with a reach

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