Shiseido is a Japanese multinational personal care company that produces a wide range of cosmetic, skincare, and fragrance products. The company conducts greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting with data on emissions from manufacturing, logistics, and business travel, among other sources.Visit Shiseido website
Shiseido is a Japanese multinational personal care company that produces a wide range of cosmetic, skincare, and fragrance products. The company conducts greenhouse gas emissions accounting and reporting with data on emissions from manufacturing, logistics, and business travel, among other sources.
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The source reports total kgCO2e emission for each product. The values are divided by the total mass or volume of the product to estimate kgCO2e/g or kgCO2e/ml.
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This emission factor is self-reported by Shiseido.
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