04 Jun '11, 9am

netzeroPepsi2023

Pepsico UK & Ireland has released their second environmental sustainability report , outlining the progress made on their “Path to Zero” program introduced two years ago and outlining future goals of the program - including a desire to eliminate all fossil fuels from operations before 2023. The report outlines goals and accomplishments in 4 key areas: climate change, agriculture, water use and product impact. In the area of climate impact, the company’s largest goal is the one to eliminate all fossil fuels from operations by 2023. As the first milestone in this goal, Pepsi UK is striving to increase energy from renewable sources by 14% in three years – the company currently sources 20% of energy from renewable sources. Pepsico UK will also be replacing their entire delivery fleet with low emissions vehicles to reduce energy consumption an additional 20% per kg of productio...

Full article: http://www.justmeans.com/blogs/Pepsis-Path-to-Zero-Includ...

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