McDonald's Sets Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets

McDonald's becomes first restaurant chain to Set Science-Based GHG Emissions Reduction Targets and battle climate change, reducing emissions by 36% at all McDonald's restaurants and offices by 2030 from a 2015 baseline.The company also aims to reduce emissions intensity per tonne of food and packaging by 31 percent during that time frame.

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The are planning to prevent 150 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. When you compare that with cars, it would be like taking 32 million cars off the road for one year. Ambitious plans. 

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Reducing emissions at their restaurants is just their tricky attempt  to fit into the green like everyone else.

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I have a feeling that this green bubble will also burst someday, it is not going well and the media is quiet. I dont know how long it can put it under the carpet. We need a proper plan to clean up the world. This green bullshit is just fluff.

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sell more chicken, sell less beef?  Oh no, that would make it a KFC competitor...

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Another move and stronger evidence that moving your business in the direction of sustainability is profitable.

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20 hours ago, Adam Varga said:


The are planning to prevent 150 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. When you compare that with cars, it would be like taking 32 million cars off the road for one year. Ambitious plans. 


But unambitious deadline. They also promised 100% renewable packaging by 2025. Why do they need 7 years to do this? 

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