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Last week The Coca‑Cola Company and Coca‑Cola HBC brought 35 stakeholders from 20 countries together to hear their views on how we take our World Without Waste agenda forward.
We’re keeping ahead of the game with our commitment to reduce water in our manufacturing sites and by certifying all of our plants in Water Stewardship. Take a look at our CDP submission to find out more.
We’d like to demonstrate transparency in our carbon reduction strategies and share other initiatives we’re taking that will have a positive impact on climate change. Download the CDP submission to find out more.
UNESDA, the Brussels based international trade association representing soft drink companies and national beverage producer associations, has turned 60, having been established in May 1958.
At Coca‑Cola HBC, we’ve been championing sustainability for many years. This year we’re delighted to have secured a position on the Supplier Engagement Leader Board compiled by the CDP, the leading non-profit environmental disclosure platform. This means we’re leading the way with our actions and strategies to manage carbon and climate change across our supply chain – from planting and harvesting commodities to the production line.
As a global sustainability leader, we are actively contributing to the fight against climate change.
As part of its annual A list which names the world’s businesses leading on environmental performance, the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project), the non-profit global environmental disclosure platform has recognised Coca‑Cola HBC as a global leader in corporate sustainability areas for climate and water.
This unique achievement in the beverage sector demonstrates Coca‑Cola HBC’s leading sustainability practices and transparent reporting.
At Coca‑Cola HBC, we are proud to be one of the world’s most sustainable companies. Our accolades in this area are unparalleled, having recently been confirmed as the beverage industry’s global sustainability leader by Dow Jones, for the third year running and, now, named on CDP's Climate A list.
The company’s seven new 2020 goals aim at minimising the environmental footprint, improving production efficiency and developing communities, while supporting the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.