Ahold Delhaize Brings Net-Zero Target Forward to 2040 For Direct Carbon Emissions

November 16, 2021 Ahold Delhaize

Ahold Delhaize believes it is imperative that it achieves decarbonization of its business and partners to enable a 1.5°C-future. Ahold Delhaize and its brands commit to reach net-zero carbon emissions across their operations by no later than 2040 (scope 1 and 2) and to becoming net-zero businesses across its entire supply chain, products and services no later than by 2050 (scope 3).

New Technology and Data From C.H. Robinson are Helping Companies Around the World Cut Carbon Emissions

April 19, 2021 C.H. Robinson

C.H. Robinson is paving the way for more sustainable supply chains around the world by turning decades of logistics expertise into technology and data that any company can use to reduce its carbon footprint.

Smithfield Foods to Become Carbon Negative by 2030

September 4, 2020 Smithfield Foods

Smithfield Foods, Inc. became the first major protein company to commit to becoming carbon negative in all company-owned operations in the United States by 2030. A leader in sustainability for more than two decades, the company will go beyond carbon neutrality to effectively remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits. It will achieve this goal without purchasing carbon credits to offset emissions.

Stonyfield Organic Announces Goal of 30 Percent Reduction in Carbon Emissions by 2030

August 9, 2019 Stonyfield Organic

“We know there is great urgency to solve climate change,” said Lisa Drake, Director of Sustainability Innovation at Stonyfield Organic. “A healthy planet is one of Stonyfield’s guiding tenets, and we’re proud to be among the earliest corporations to take significant action toward driving down global greenhouse gas emissions.”