Yandin Wind Farm in Australia produces renewable electricity

We are taking action on climate change.

We have a responsibility to contribute solutions to climate change. See our progress and how we're reducing our emissions, adopting renewable energy sources and more.

Reducing our absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2030 through our Science-Based Target

Our ambition is to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Through our Science-Based Target, we are continuously evolving our climate change solutions and goals to align with current climate science.

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Climate change impacts all but some more directly

Impacts of climate change affect our society and business in several ways. Recognizing certain parts of the world, women, and the poor are disproportionately affected by climate change, has driven our focus to those most vulnerable.​

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Carbon transparency is key to progress

The urgency of climate change requires us to rethink how we plan for the future. To guide us, we are using the framework developed by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures to identify key climate risks and potential opportunities across our business and position ourselves to disclose these risks to our stakeholders, shareholders and customers.​

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Climate change is a profound challenge. We are partnering with other businesses, civil society organizations and governments to support cooperative action on this critical issue. See some of our partnerships below.


First Coca‑Cola environmental team established.

Climate protection programs for cold drink equipment.

Energy use tracking and sustainability reporting.

Set a carbon reduction target for "drink in your hand" of 25% by 2020.

Set a 2030 science-based target to reduce our absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 25% as compared to a 2015 baseline.

Achieved our “drink in your hand” goal, to reduce relative carbon emissions by 25% by 2020, against a 2010 baseline.

Set ambition to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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