SULA NYC committed to the 10 principles www.unglobalcompact.org of the UN Global compact in 2014, as first USA organic skin care company. Please find our communication on progress in 2015 here: https://www.unglobalcompact.org/participation/report/cop/create-and-submit/active/200221
We source our natural and organic certified ingredients respectfully and joined ITC ‘s T4SD: Trade for Sustainable Development (http://www.intracen.org/t4sd/principles/) . In September 2015, at the Geneva Forum, a great initiative was announced to help identify organic farmers worldwide. This GS1 ‘The Global Language of Business’ (www.gs1.org) initiative will set the direction for achieving traceability across the supply chain. You may compare it to a ‘barcode’ for organic products. We will try to explain the benefits to the indigenous people in the amazon rainforest we source from...
WEP stands for Women-Empowerment-Principles, a section of UN Global Compact. Patricia Reinders, our CEO, has signed a Statement of Support in 2015. We will participate in their annual event, March 15-16, in NYC.
For the past few years we are accredited by Leaping Bunny (www.leapingbunny.org) the animal cruelty free organization, fighting cosmetic testing on animals. Please check out their shopping guides for cruelty free shopping. Recently we also joined PETA (www.peta.org): People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and are proud to also be accredited to use their logo, animal cruelty free and VEGAN: