Financial Times recognises Tetra Pak as European Climate Leader 2023

Financial Times recognises Tetra Pak as European Climate Leader 2023

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Tetra Pak has earned the prestigious title of European Climate Leader 2023 from the Financial Times for its significant achievements in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and its strong commitment to climate action.

Out of the numerous companies assessed by the Financial Times and Statista, only the top 500 companies that demonstrated the greatest reduction in GHG emissions intensity have made it onto the final list.

Each company on the list has received an individual score based on factors such as their emissions volume, level of disclosure, and the percentage of emissions reduced.

Tetra Pak has secured a spot among the top 20% of the listed companies, showcasing an impressive absolute reduction of 54.3% in Scope 1 and 2 emissions over a five-year period. The ranking also acknowledges Tetra Pak's dedication to sustainability throughout its value chain (Scope 3), including its regular inclusion in the CDP A-list and its approved net-zero targets aligned with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) on a 1.5° pathway.

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Solar panels © Tetra Pak
Adolfo Orive, President & CEO at Tetra Pak, says: The acknowledgment is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders. While we are proud of our achievements to date, we have plans to continue mitigating our environmental impact further - by decarbonising our value chain, driving circular solutions while contributing to food system resilience and protecting biodiversity. All these actions are core to our purpose, as we commit to making food safe and available everywhere and we promise to protect what's good – food, people and the planet.

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