Carlsberg sets sights on net zero supply chain by 2040

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Carlsberg has also been trialling the development of paper-based bottles in order to slash plastic waste and aid recycling | Credit: Carlsberg
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Carlsberg has also been trialling the development of paper-based bottles in order to slash plastic waste and aid recycling | Credit: Carlsberg

The brewing giant has updated its ESG strategy with a flurry of fresh climate-science aligned sustainability targets

Carlsberg Group has set it sights on achieving net zero emissions across its global supply chain by 2040, as part of a raft of fresh sustainability targets unveiled by the global brewing giant yesterday....

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