While Unilever is keen to embrace these new virtual worlds, it wants to mitigate the risks and concerns around web3 and the metaverse.
Heineken made the warning after posting revenue growth of 37 percent in its half-year results that placed its growth ahead of the industry in over half of their markets.
PepsiCo's new Green Bond Framework outlines the categories where funding can be directed, each aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Minister for Climate and Energy Chris Bowen said clean energy jobs would be created in battery manufacturing, and commodities such as aluminum, lithium, copper, cobalt, and nickel.
The Bundesliga champions aim to create personalized digital experiences in managing relationships with supporters globally to secure their long-term loyalty.
TJX agreed to pay the fine to settle the case but insists this does not constitute an admission by the company.
The company's reported operating profit fell by 17.7 percent in the second quarter as unfavorable mark-to-market effects and negative currency translation more than offset the robust net sales growth.
The team aims for a 75 percent reduction in scope three emissions and a final 25 percent carbon removal by 2030.
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Adidas CEO says environmental efforts won't work without involving largest emitter China
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted expressed doubts that the efforts by the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties in Glasgow would work without the involvement of China, the world's largest emitter.
Rorsted believes China's absence will hamper COP26, saying that "nothing works without China".
The key summit, which ends November 12, brings together global leaders with the aim of accelerating action against climate change and limiting the rise in global temperatures.
But Rorsted said the first step should have been to talk to 10 countries first.
Several nations have made pledges on reversing deforestation, cutting methane emissions, and transition from the use of coal to cleaner forms of energy.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping did deliver a statement urging all parties to "take stronger actions to jointly tackle the climate challenge."
China said it aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions to "net-zero" by 2060.
Rorsted also criticized the use by delegates of over 400 private jets to travel to Glasgow, saying: "They don't seem to have heard of an exemplary position."