These efforts don’t end at the logo, however. The company took its ambitious sustainability goals and joined Walmart’s Project Gigaton, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our supply chain by 1 billion metric tons by 2030.
The brewer set its own goals that it hopes to meet by 2025. Its four areas of focus are:
- Renewable electricity and carbon reduction
- Water stewardship
- Smart agriculture
- Circular packaging
"Achieving ambitious goals requires cooperation from stakeholders across the board. When you add efforts from wholesalers, suppliers and consumers to those from companies like Walmart and Anheuser-Busch — companies who are committed to the cause — you’ve got a chance to make a real difference," said Angie Slaughter, vice president of sustainability procurement at Anheuser-Busch, North America.