Thirst for success: How Diageo is toasting 20 years as a sustainable drinks business

Michael Holder
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Roseisle whisky distillery

The drinks giant boasts Guinness, Smirnoff and Gordon's gin in its roster, and as such views the climate impact on water scarcity as a key priority

January: that long, cold month when we gaze down at the weighing scales, ponder the health of our livers, and curse our over-indulgence during the annual festive food and drink frenzy that has now, sadly,...

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