Beer giant Heineken sets goal of being carbon neutral in production by 2030
Beer giant Heineken has said it is aiming to be carbon neutral at its production sites by 2030, as firms and investors increasingly focus on environmental, social and governance credentials. The Dutch brewer, which is behind brands such as Amstel and Sol, said it is committed to accelerating actions to address climate change. Heineken’s chief executive Dolf van den Brink added: “A large part of our overall carbon footprint beyond production comes from agriculture, packaging, distribution and cooling. This means we will work in close partnership with our suppliers and partners to reach our ambitious goal of a carbon neutral value chain by 2040.” The value chain includes various parties, from raw materials suppliers to logistics partners. A focus on ESG remains high on the agenda for scores of businesses and shareholders.
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