General Mills Addressing Climate Change Globally

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General Mills Addressing Climate Change Globally

by Jon Nudi
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Making food people love and doing so with the environment in mind @GeneralMills on #climatechange via @CSRwire

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015 - 12:30pm


The countdown to the COP21 UN negotiations on climate in December is on and all eyes will soon be on Paris as government leaders from around the world define a new global deal to address climate change. 

Climate change has been top of mind for many individuals, businesses and government leaders for decades, but the COP21 represents the first time the world firmly positions climate change as a critical global issue that is best addressed at scale. 

It’s exciting to see growing global coalitions come together to promote practical, innovative solutions to protect the long term health of our shared planet. From the historic U.S.-China climate agreement last fall; to the Pope's encyclical and unprecedented call for action on climate change; to the joint commitments from Brazil, U.S. and China in July to curtail climate change, it's clear that the world is getting serious about climate. 

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Jon Nudi leads the General Mills business in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, overseeing operations in 25 countries and five plants in the region and managing a portfolio of global brands including Häagen-Dazs, Old El Paso, Green Giant, Nature Valley, and Betty Crocker.

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