JBS will achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, reducing its direct and indirect (scopes 1, 2 and 3) emissions and offsetting all residual emissions. The Company will provide a roadmap consistent with the criteria set forth by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
We began our efforts more than a decade ago with significant investments in tangible environmental actions across our entire value chain:
Reduction of almost 20% in GHG emissions in the North American operations since 2015. In the UK and Northern Ireland, Moy Park has reduced its CO2 emissions by over 77% since 2010. In South America, the reduction in the intensity of emissions was 14%.
Reused 1 million tons of waste worldwide in pursuit of achieving a circular economy.
For the past 5 years, Moy Park has sent zero waste to landfills.
Monitoring of 90,000 cattle suppliers in Brazil, focusing on compliance with environmental criteria
Launched a blockchain technology platform, which enabled the extension of our socioenvironmental monitoring to the suppliers of our suppliers in Brazil.
Construction of a fertilizer plant, making JBS the 1st food company in Brazil to use organic waste from its plants to produce fertilizers.
46% of total energy consumed at our production units worldwide comes from renewable sources, including 90% in Brazil.
217,000 tons of biodiesel produced from beef tallow and used cooking oil.
Reuse of 121,700 tons of waste to generate energy at our global operations.
3 billion liters of water reused in our global operations.
Launched Kind Leather, a sustainable leather brand that tackles key sustainability initiatives, like the 90% reduction in solid waste in Brazil.
We are a team of 250,000 people around the world committed to leading a sustainable transformation of agricultural markets.
This is the right thing to do.
For our team members, our customers
and the planet.