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Nestle has reduced its absolute net emissions by 13.5%

According to its Sustainability Report, Nestle has reduced its absolute net emissions by 13.5% (across Scopes 1, 2 and 3) relative to its 2018 baseline.
They are also helping with the development of regenerative agriculture practices, and have now more than 15% of its key ingredients grown in more regenerative ways.
There is still work to do, but this is a good beginning! It is great to see companies actually reducing their emissions and not just relying on carbon offsets.
Read Nestle's 2023 sustainability report:
https://www.nestle.com/sites/default/files/2024-02/creating-shared-value-sustainability-report-2023-en.pdf


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  • Joseph Githinji

    5 w

    A great step forward in the roadmap to attaining a net zero environment. Happy to see they their engagement in regenerative agricultural practices.

    • Ann Nyambura

      7 w

      Reducing emissions by 13.5% is a significant accomplishment for Nestle.

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      • Esther Wanjiku

        7 w

        These are really good numbers, nestle is putting immense efforts to reduce its carbon footprint

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        • Chris Ndungu

          7 w

          Many countries should be looking forward to this progress which has brought positive impacts towards agriculture & environment.

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          • George Kariuki

            7 w

            Hopefully, this progress will inspire other corporations to prioritize emissions reduction.

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            • Jane Wangui

              7 w

              13.5% is good progress though they need to ensure that this lasts for a while so as we can cut carbon

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              • walter lungayi

                7 w

                Nestle's reduction of absolute net emissions by 13.5% is a positive step towards environmental sustainability. It demonstrates the company's commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and mitigating climate change.

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                • Saustine Lusanzu

                  7 w

                  This is Kind of the commitment we need, congratulations to Nestle for a nice move! It's time for other countries and companies to invest in reducing emissions

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                  • Munene Mugambi

                    7 w

                    I absolutely agree with the following statement: "There is still work to do, but this is a good beginning! It is great to see companies actually reducing their emissions and not just relying on carbon offsets." They have more to do to become entirely sustainable by getting rid of their emissions, but this is the way to go. Rome was not built in a day

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                    • Elizabeth Gathigia

                      7 w

                      A good approach, and with much more efforts and commitments Nestle will achieve more

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                      • Saustine Lusanzu

                        7 w

                        @elizbeth_gathigia yes, this is kind of commitment we need! The rest commitment should be for leaders to act

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                      • johnte ndeto

                        7 w

                        Nestle is showing great commitment towards zero emissions and this is quite encouraging

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                        • Saustine Lusanzu

                          7 w

                          @johnte_ndeto really encouraging, we all need such commitment to ensure the world be a better place to stay

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                        • dickson mutai

                          7 w

                          Their commitment to developing regenerative agriculture practices and sourcing some of their key ingredients in more regenerative ways shows a holistic approach to environmental responsibility ... great job

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                          • Munene Mugambi

                            7 w

                            @dickson_mutai Indeed, this is the textbook way to go when you are looking at reduction of carbon emissions from the source. It means they do not have to compensate in the future by buying carbon credits, as their production is sustainable.

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                            • Esther Wanjiku

                              7 w

                              @dickson_mutai An absolute winner for nestle

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