Carlsberg Participates in Earth Hour for the Tenth Time

Tomorrow, on 25 March, from 8:30-9:30 PM CET, Carlsberg Group joins millions of people and businesses across the globe to draw attention to climate change by switching off non-essential lights at breweries, offices, billboards, warehouses, garages and other locations across the globe for one hour.

It is the tenth time that Carlsberg Group participates in the event, covering more than 17 Carlsberg markets and 45 breweries.  Carlsberg Group recently published its 2016 Sustainability report, which details the progress made during the past year in the areas Energy & Carbon, Water, Responsible Drinking and Health & Safety.  By taking part in this global campaign, Carlsberg Group acknowledges its commitment, not only to Earth Hour itself, but also to its overall goals in the fields of combatting climate change, sustainable growth and environmental stewardship.

About sustainability in the Carlsberg Group:

The Carlsberg Group’s four sustainability priority areas are: Energy & carbon, Water, Responsible drinking and Health & safety. The same holistic approach is applied in all four areas and integrated throughout the value chain. In practice, this means embedding sustainability in existing corporate strategy and business processes, developing policies to ensure that standards are met, collaborating with partners to achieve scale, and setting measurable targets to track progress both year on year and in the longer term. 

Learn more about sustainability in the Carlsberg Group:


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Head of Group External Communications

Kenni Leth

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