'The world is moving on': Coca-Cola's Therese Noorlander on plastic, packaging, and youth activism

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Therese Noorlander, Coca-Cola's head of sustainability for Europe | Credit: The Coca-Cola Company
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Therese Noorlander, Coca-Cola's head of sustainability for Europe | Credit: The Coca-Cola Company

Coca-Cola's sustainability director for Europe Therese Noordlander talks to BusinessGreen about the drinks giant's mission to drive down emissions and ramp up its recycling efforts

As the world's largest drinks producer, the Coca-Cola Company's decarbonisation and sustainability efforts have to be supersized. The multinational manufacturer, which counts Fanta, Sprite, Dasani,...

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