Diageo outlines equality and sustainability targets
Johnnie Walker owner of Diageo is aiming to achieve net zero carbon emissions and increase diversity across its leadership teams as part of a 10-year plan.
In 2020, we have seen more and more companies joining the race to net zero, and targets are becoming increasingly impressive. The journey of how a company achieves net zero is just as important as simply getting there.
The Society 2030: Spirit of Progress is a plan developed by Diageo to make a positive impact on the world over the next 10 years. It features targets covering sustainability, diversity, and positive drinking.
“As a global business, we are committed to playing our part to protect the future of our planet and to leading the way for others to follow” says Ivan Menezes, chief executive of Diageo.
This article explores Diageo’s:
- Commitment to a low-carbon future to achieve net zero carbon emissions across its operations
- Plans to reduce the water required in production
- Aims to transition to using 100% recycled content in plastic packaging
- Efforts to champion inclusion and diversity
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Johnnie Walker owner Diageo is aiming to achieve net zero carbon emissions and increase diversity across its leadership teams as part of a 10-year plan.