- July 23, 2020 / 3 min readThe announcement included science-based preliminary target reductions of carbon, water and waste by 2030.
Starbucks joined the new Transform to Net Zero initiative as a founding member.
Expanding on their history in sustainability and progress in building a more sustainable future, Starbucks announced this January a multi-decade aspiration to be a resource-positive company, giving more than it takes from the planet.
“Starbucks aspires to be a resource-positive company by building on our long history in sustainability,” said Kevin Johnson, Starbucks president and chief executive officer.
The announcement included science-based preliminary target reductions of carbon, water and waste by 2030.
Today, as a continuation of the company’s passion and commitment to a more sustainable future, Starbucks joined the new Transform to Net Zero initiative as a founding member.
Comprised of nine founding members, the Initiative’s objective is to accelerate the transition to a net zero global economy no later than 2050.
“Joining Transform to Net Zero aligned with our aspiration for a more sustainable future. Partnering with other like-minded companies, we will open-source best practices, advocate for positive government policies, and support a just transition. We believe in driving real change and encourage other organizations to join us in this critical effort for humanity,” added Johnson.Trending ArticleDaily UpdatesWhich is the highest format preference of Fun-Seeker?
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