Glass half empty? Carlsberg admits stalled progress on water and CO2 cuts

Madeleine Cuff
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Carlsberg's new Snap Pack technology is reducing plastic use, cutting CO2 and engaging consumers on climate issues, Carlsberg claims | Credit: Carlsberg
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Carlsberg's new Snap Pack technology is reducing plastic use, cutting CO2 and engaging consumers on climate issues, Carlsberg claims | Credit: Carlsberg

Last year saw the brewing giant launch a host of consumer-friendly green packaging innovations, but 'significant challenges' remain if firm is to meet 2030 carbon and water targets

Despite targeting zero carbon emissions by 2030, Danish brewing giant Carlsberg failed to reduce its absolute carbon emissions last year. Released yesterday, the firm's annual sustainability report...

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