Nestlé, the world’s largest food processing company, has unveiled a detailed roadmap of how it will contribute to fighting climate change.
The Roadmap, unveiled in an online press event with journalists from several countries, outlined how Nestlé will focus on supporting regenerative agriculture, making its products environmentally-friendly, and switching completely to renewable energy. This, the company says, will be done by redoubling efforts to combat climate change.
The Foundation for Environment and Development, FEDEV, a nature-centred organisation, has drilled dozens of magistrates in the Southwest region on how to apply environment law in the judiciary to ensure a sustainable natural environment.
Nestlé has successfully achieved one of its set goals for 2020, by collecting and recycling over 100 tons of plastic waste in Cameroon, a goal which the company set as one of its contributions towards a cleaner and safer environment.
In the past 48 hours, a total of 390 migrants have been rescued off the Libyan coast. This is according to a record released yesterday by the International Organization for Migration in Libya. The emigrants, among them women and children feared death on the Libyan coast, in an attempt to
Nestlé has unveiled new actions and progress in shaping a waste-free future. The Company is engaged in a giant project, aimed at revolutionising the packaging of its projects, by making it 100 percent recyclable or reusable by the year 2025.
The Belinda Babila Foundation, BBF, on June 5, carried out a clean-up campaign at Down Beach Limbe and the streets of the OPEC city, and the Delegation of the Ministry […]