UK joins global coalition for sustainable food production

The Sustainable Productivity Growth Coalition is an international group of countries, academic and research organisations and trade bodies that aims to improve agricultural productivity in an environmentally sustainable way

‘Food and drink companies to fall short of 2030 carbon reduction goal’

That’s due to a lack of understanding Scope 3 emissions, a new report claims

EU launches new ‘Green Deal’ to restore nature by 2050

Halving the use of pesticides and protecting endangered species are key aims of the plans

Food service provider Aramark aims to serve 25% emissions reduction by 2030

It has signed the World Resources Institute’s Cool Food Pledge, which helps organisations commit to and achieve science-based targets to reduce the climate impact of the food they serve

Carlsberg trials bio-based and recyclable beer bottles across Europe

A total of 8,000 Fibre Bottles are being tested in eight markets – Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland, Germany, France and the UK

Sainsbury’s launches refillable handwash pouches to slash plastic use

The one litre pouches use 85% less plastic and enables consumers to reuse their handwash bottle by refilling from the pouch, estimated to save 28 tonnes of plastic every year

Irish Distillery to become carbon-neutral by 2026

It would be the first in the country to do so

M&S adds 20 bio-LNG trucks to fleet under DHL partnership

The move is estimated to deliver a 2,200-tonne reduction in carbon emissions every year

Absolut plans neat green transition with fibre-based vodka bottle caps

The new bio-based material reduces the amount of plastic used in packaging, making it recyclable as paper and ocean biodegradable

Cow burps to be taxed!

New Zealand plans to tax sheep and cattle burps in a bid to slash greenhouse gas emissions