Tennent’s big red T goes green

C&C Group has announced enhanced investment of €16m (£14.23m) in sustainability for its brand Tennent’s Lager, significantly boosting its contribution to the fight against climate change. Bolstering its existing commitment to responsible production, the investment enables the introduction of pioneering green-technology and strategic partnerships, including: Local sourcing and waste management Over many decades, Tennent’s has built strong relationships with local producers of its ingredients. Made from 100% Scottish barley, sourced from almost 100 farmers at a cost of £7.5m per annum, the beer’s by-products are then entirely recycled for use…

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Frito-Lay Transforms California Production Site into First-of-its-Kind Showcase for Sustainability

Furthering PepsiCo‘s mission to reduce its absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20 percent by 2030, Frito-Lay – a division of PepsiCo, Inc. – aims to replace all of its existing diesel-powered freight equipment with zero-emission (ZE) and near-zero emission (NZE) technologies at its Modesto, Calif. manufacturing site. The Modesto, Calif. Zero- and Near Zero-Emission Freight Facility Project will transform the 500,000-square-foot site – one of Frito-Lay’s largest in the U.S. – into an industry-leading showcase for environmentally sustainable manufacturing, warehousing and distribution. The project is a first-of-its-kind for PepsiCo…

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Signify CEO calls on governments to accelerate sustainability actions for a carbon-neutral world by 2050 latest

“Another year of record heat waves, fires in the Amazon and Siberia, and the ice caps at their smallest for centuries. The time for debate is over – now it’s time to take urgent action,” said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Signify, who spoke during the opening ceremony of Climate Week New York City. According to Rondolat, governments worldwide need to help realize a carbon neutral world by 2050 at the latest with companies committing to a more aggressive target of 2030. When it comes to what he described as the…

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Selfridges Takes Sustainability to the Next Level Welcoming Depop to its Fashion Department – as Gen Z Shoppers Voice Growing Environment Concerns

Luxury fashion store, Selfridges announces the Depop Space Selfridges pop-up, as a new study reveals Gen Z’s purchasing decisions are increasingly based on sustainability concerns. This innovative fashion pop-up is one of a number of existing and forthcoming activities that reflect the store’s on-going commitment to reimagining what shopping and style might look like in response to the climate emergency. As a retailer, Selfridges is continually seeking new ways to become more circular and help to drive radical transformation of the industry by collaborating with brands and partners whose activities…

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Tiffany & Co. Releases Its New Sustainability Website

Tiffany & Co. published its enhanced Tiffany.com/Sustainability website representing the next chapter in Tiffany’s industry-leading legacy of social and environmental responsibility. The  website outlines the luxury jeweler’s commitments, actions and longterm vision to promote the well-being of people and the planet at the heart of the brand. The site is designed to increase transparency and be accessible to all of Tiffany’s stakeholders, including Tiffany customers and employees, and includes formal reporting updates on Tiffany’s 2018 sustainability performance. “As a global company and luxury leader, Tiffany has a bigger role to…

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