Brown-Forman Corporation Joins RE100 Global Initiative
Brown-Forman Corporation, is joining RE100, a global environmental initiative, and committing to 100% renewable electricity by 2030.
October 16, 2021. By News Bureau
RE100 is an initiative run by The Climate Group, a global non-profit that focuses on activities against climate change, in partnership with the CDP, a global non-profit that drives companies and governments to disclose and manage their environmental impacts.
A total of 267 companies have joined the initiative worldwide.
In September, Brown-Forman announced their long-term Global Sustainability Goals that serve as a roadmap in advancing sustainability, reducing the company’s environmental footprint, and increasing its positive impact on the community and environment.
By joining RE100, Brown-Forman is taking another climate action step to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“We recognize the risks climate change poses to our business and our communities, and we want to mitigate our impact. Combining our past investments in solar at Sonoma-Cutrer, along with our recent investments in a wind power purchase agreement and solar power at the Jack Daniel Distillery, we believe we are taking the necessary steps along the journey to 100% renewable energy,” said Alex Alvarez, Chief Production and Sustainability Officer, Brown-Forman.
Sam Kimmins, Head of RE100 at Climate Group said: “We are delighted to welcome Brown-Forman to RE100. By committing to 100% renewable electricity by 2030, Brown-Forman joins over 300 of the world’s leading businesses committed to driving market change. This sends a powerful message that renewable electricity makes good business sense, and we encourage others to follow”.
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