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Our ambition is to deliver resilient and regenerative natural and agricultural ecosystems

The necessity of nature

The alarming loss of biodiversity, degradation of the earth’s soil, and increasing water scarcity must be reversed – for the health of the planet and society.

Biodiversity loss is also an emerging risk to our business as we depend on, and affect, the natural world across our value chain.

Implementing regenerative agriculture practices, for example, isn’t just good for nature – it can help communities adapt to climate change and make our supply chains more resilient.

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Protecting and regenerating

Our goals are in place to help us become a better steward of nature.

We’re focusing on the areas where we can have the most impact and which also help to mitigate the impacts of climate change. This includes ensuring that our primary deforestation-linked commodity supply chains are deforestation-free and reshaping our global agricultural supply chain infrastructure.

It also means regenerating agricultural systems to protect and restore soil health and biodiversity – improving land and livelihoods. And it means preserving water by tackling shared water challenges both within and beyond our operations.

Our goals

  • Deforestation-free sourcing

    Maintain no deforestation across our primary deforestation-linked commodities

  • Sustainable sourcing

    95% volume of key crops to be verified as sustainably sourced by 2030

  • Regenerative agriculture

    Implement Regenerative Agriculture practices on 1 million hectares of agricultural land by 2030

  • Protect and restore

    Help protect and restore 1 million hectares of natural ecosystems by 2030

  • Water stewardship

    Implement water stewardship programmes in 100 locations in water-stressed areas by 2030

It’s in our nature

Protecting and regenerating nature takes a multipronged approach.

We’re investing in infrastructure and technology for our primary deforestation-linked commodities. We’re also working to reduce emissions and preserve nature with farmers and commodity suppliers.

By working closely with others – suppliers, industry partners, regulators and governments – we can deliver more impact.

Alongside this, we’re stepping up our advocacy for regulations that protect ecosystems and promote regenerative agriculture.

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Our Climate Transition Action Plan

Our Climate Transition Action Plan, updated in 2024, sets out our actions to lower our emissions by 2030.

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