In June 2017, Carlsberg set measurable targets towards 2022 and 2030.

Hear how Carlsberg has developed the quantifiable programme by looking at science, heritage and purpose and what strategies and actions are being taken to meet the ambitious targets.

Carlsberg GroupSimon Hoffmeyer BoasDirector of SustainabilityCarlsberg Group

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