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Via an existing, approved science-based target, by 2030 the company will reduce its value chain emissions in scopes 1,2 and 3 by 25%, with a further 50% reduction in the following decade.  To address the 90% of emissions in scope 3 resulting from third party actions, CCH will broaden its existing partnership approach with suppliers.  Wherever emissions cannot be eliminated entirely, the business will mitigate these by investing in other climate protection measures....

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The company sets new science-based climate target to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its full value chain by 2050, including all scope 3 emissions (as defined by SBTi) such as those created by agriculture and suppliers, through to emissions from consumers using its iconic household brands such as Ben’s Originals, M&M’s & Royal Canin. Pledge accelerates the existing long-term goals Mars set to reducing absolute emissions from its...

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PepsiCo will cut back on the use of virgin plastic and expand its SodaStream carbonated-water business to more markets amid growing calls to combat climate change, although some environmental groups want the company to do more. As part of a new initiative called "pep+", the food and beverage giant said on Wednesday it was aiming to reduce virgin plastic use per serving by half across all brands by 2030 and use 50% recycled content in all its plastic packagin...

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For three weeks, Nestle's largest green campaign - Recover Green, sets up green challenges to the Bulgarian audience in order to inspire citizens to move towards a more environmentally friendly lifestyle. Popular bloggers Mona Gocheva, Ivana Alexandrova and Marie Andreeva were among the first to join the challenges of Recover Green, and more than 500 people followed their model. Read more.  

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Nestle Bulgaria celebrates the International Water Day with a special video from its factory in Sofia, in which it shares the good practices in its production and the culture of its employees for protection of our water resources. The company continues to invest in innovative technologies and industrial equipment that are favorable for the environment and water resources - compared to 2010 Nestle Bulgaria has reduced its water consumption by 66%, and in 2020, every minute Nes...

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