Nestlé plans to reduce 50% of its greenhouse gas emissions until 2030

Company’s main goal is to reach net zero emissions in 50 years using regenerative agriculture

Nestlé expects to reduce its emission in 50% by 2030, and the goal is to reach net zero emission by 2050. In order to achieve that, the company is focusing on agriculturists and regenerative agriculture suppliers as well as planting trees, in the next 10 years. Moreover, another company’s goal is to make the complete transition to 100% renewable electricity, within five years.

According to the Nestlé  CEO, Mark Schneider, the company has a great opportunity to address climate change as it has operations in almost every country in the planet and, consequently, real possibilities of making the difference. 

Nestlé will need to keep investing in regenerative agriculture practices, reforestation program based on the ingredients used by the industry and in its operations, in order to achieve the goal of net zero emissions. Read more about the subject on the link.