Strategies

JBS was the first global company in the protein sector to take on, in March 2021, the commitment to zero the net balance of its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

In June 2021, the SBTi recognized the Net Zero commitment of JBS.

In June 2021, the SBTi recognized the Net Zero commitment of JBS.

The Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is an initiative for building science-based targets that provides a clearly defined path for companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

The Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is an initiative for building science-based targets that provides a clearly defined path for companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Strategies for JBS to be Net Zero

Reducing emissions in our facilities

JBS will reduce its global scope 1 and 2 emissions intensity by at least 30% by 2030 against base year 2019.

Investing more than US$ 1 billion in incremental capital expenditures over the next decade in emission reduction projects

We will engage our team members, and award funding for projects to our facilities using a panel consisting of company executives, specialists and academics.

Eliminate illegal deforestation from our Brazilian cattle supply chain

including the suppliers of our suppliers – in the Amazon and other Brazilian biomes by 2025.

Value Chain and stakeholders

Promoting collaboration between the multiple sectors that make up our value chain and other stakeholders.

100% renewable energy

Converting to 100% renewable electricity across our global facilities by 2040.

Investing US$ 100 million by 2030 in Research and Development projects

to assist producer efforts to strengthen and scale regenerative farming practices, including carbob sequestration and on-farm emission mitigation technologies.

Remuneration

ensuring accountability by making our performance against environmental goals, including GHG emission reduction targets part of senior executive compensation.

Reports and Transparency

JBS will publish its climate change-related information in line with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD).

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