The beverage giant is providing funds through three challenges focused on carbon, water and biodiversity impacts
The Association representing the industry has made the pledge
Your next cuppa could be in danger!
The owner of brands including Johnnie Walker, Ketel One, Tanqueray, Baileys and Guinness is developing a 9,000-panel solar farm within its Leven packaging site starting in July
To tackle water scarcity in Singapore, could a sewage and urine-made beer be the answer?
The Clarets have signed a new deal to cut down single-use plastics at Turf Moor
Customers can now recycle their coffee pods from their homes
This is following claims the commercial made the company look more environmentally-friendly than is actually the case
The investment will see its production increase to 300m litres of plant-based drinks each year
The company from Manchester has developed environmentally friendly tea bags to cut down producers’ footprints