Eco-friendly fridges to quench drinkers’ thirst
Today is World Environment Day – a good opportunity to focus on the hard work going on across our company, not just today, but every day.
Bavaria, our business in Colombia, has recently announced an investment of $15.3 million to purchase thousands of eco-friendly fridges for tiendas (stores) across the country.
'The time to act is now': The private sector must pave the way for renewables
A commentary by Tony Milikin, our Chief Sustainability & Procurement Officer, originally featured on BusinessInsider.com on June 1, 2017.
The problems associated with traditional energy sources are well documented and extensive. Fossil fuels contribute directly to climate change, and they have a direct human cost as well.
Increasing renewable energy capacity in every market around the globe is vital to addressing these problems and turning the tide on climate change. It is clear that renewables will be a crucial part of the energy mix in the future.
No shortcuts on World Day for Safety and Health at Work
It ranks before results and targets – before anything else. Nothing should compromise the safety of our colleagues, consumers and stakeholders.
Our Dream of zero accidents has not yet been achieved, but we are getting closer. And today, World Safety Day, is the perfect time to assess progress across our operations and highlight our safety priorities for the future
Since 2010, our colleagues in Brazil have partnered with local NGOs on a responsible drinking program aimed at adolescents in low income communities. NaResponsa’s main objective is to tackle underage drinking through two main avenues: first, creating a network of local NGOs and equipping them with material and language to instill alcohol literacy among their target audiences; and, second, through an online communications platform for teenagers, engaging them with content that reinforces the idea that they can still have fun without consuming alcohol.
Harbin Blue Sky Smog-Free Billboard
We are fully committed to realizing our plan for a cleaner world. We have examined our entire value chain to identify opportunities where we can lower our emissions. We also look beyond our walls, and, specifically, to the power of innovation, to see where we can make a cleaner world a reality. This unwavering focus led Harbin Beer to a ground-breaking development in China in the fight against smog, which negatively impacts millions of people every day.
Buy a Lady a Drink
Elizabeth is a young mother living in the west of Kenya. For many years, one of the most challenging tasks she faced each day was to fetch water – the long walk there and back meant she spent four hours every day collecting and carrying all the water needed by the family for drinking, cooking, washing and cleaning.
Brazil: SAVEh Online Water Management Tool
In 2016, our colleagues in Brazil launched a first-of-its-kind online platform in order to share water management best practices used in our breweries. As a direct response to feedback we received from our local Water Experts Advisory Group, we partnered with two NGOs, the Carbon Trust and Fundación Avina, along with the UN Global Compact, to create SAVEh, an online platform through which we are sharing our knowledge with small and medium-sized businesses in Brazil.
South Africa: Partnering to protect
Tackling water scarcity, reliability and quality issues requires collaboration between governments, affected communities, businesses, and other stakeholders. South Africa is a water-stressed country ranked as the 30th driest in the world, with annual rainfall of about half the global average. Recent droughts have placed agriculture under even more pressure.