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Take a look at the 2009 Climate Counts Scores of 20 companies in the Food Products, Food Services, and Beer/Beverages Industries.
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Thursday, January 21, 2010 - 9:35am

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At a fundamental level, climate change and agriculture are two issues that are inextricably linked; risks from flood, drought, and disease all loom large over our global food systems. And the impact of those food systems themselves on climate change is dramatic; packaging of food products and the impact of waste on the environment are only growing as significant issues. Consumers are increasingly aware of the environmental impacts of their food choices and are learning that not all multinational food companies look alike when it comes to their attention to issues like water scarcity, toxicity, animal welfare, and, of course, climate change. 

That said, because of consumer awareness and engagement, more and more food companies are getting the message. Ten of eleven companies in the food products sector improved their Climate Counts scores from 2008 to 2009.
 
 
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Keywords: Climate Counts | Pepsi | Stonyfield Farm | Unilever | climate | climate action | climate change | climate crisis | climate scores | environment

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