Heineken Is Busy Reducing Carbon Emissions

(3BL/JustMeans) At a time when the U.S. government is backtracking on climate change action, some companies are committed to reducing its carbon emissions. Among them is Dutch beer brewer Heineken. 

Heineken set a goal to reduce its carbon emissions by 40 percent by 2020 in all of its global business operations in over 70 countries. To achieve that goal, the company set targets that include:

Heineken Commits To Sourcing Locally Produced Sorghum in Haiti

Heineken’s sustainability strategy is called "Brewing a Better Future," and local sourcing is an important part of it. To that end, Heineken has committed to buying locally sourced sorghum in Haiti. In 2012, Heineken consolidated its majority ownership of Brasserie Nationale d’Haiti S.A. (BRANA).

Heineken Reduces Carbon Emissions 26 Percent

(3BL/JustMeans) - Heineken has reduced its carbon emissions by 26 percent since 2008, putting it very close to meeting its 2015 target of a 27 percent reduction. It is on track to meet its 2020 target of a 40 percent reduction. In 2013, the company famous for its beer, reduced carbon emissions by 119 kton, equivalent to 2,400 trips around the world with a 30-ton Heineken beer truck.
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