Trilogy has a long-standing commitment to ethical, environmental and social responsibility, having supported charities and community groups for years, and has sustainability at the core of it's business practices.
Angela Buglass, CEO of parent company Trilogy International Ltd recently spoke at the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in Hong Kong, presenting Trilogy’s sustainability principles and explaining the process to become carbon-neutral accredited.
“As New Zealand’s number one natural skincare brand, we want to show leadership in this area and demonstrate our commitment to our values. Climate change is a risk factor in our industry – producing top quality natural skincare depends on sourcing top quality plant-based ingredients and poor growing seasons can impact supply of raw materials. We choose to do what we can to mitigate our impact, both for our business and for our world,” she said.
Trilogy invests in carbon credits from Pigeon Bush in Wairarapa and Hinewai Reserve near Christchurch, which are permanent native forest regeneration projects. The glass bottles and jars for Trilogy’s most popular products are manufactured in India, so the brand also purchases carbon credits from a wind farm project in India where the electricity generated by this project displaces fossil fuel-generated electricity from the national grid, helping reduce emissions.
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