Nestle has made regenerative agriculture a cornerstone of its roadmap to net zero GHG emissions, says Rob Cameron, Nestle's global head of public affairs

Sample article from our Agriculture Industry

December 11, 2023 (press release) –

COP28 acknowledged the importance of food and agriculture in addressing climate change. Nestlé has been advocating for action in this area and believes that the cooperation across sectors agreed at COP28 will make a significant difference. The company has made regenerative agriculture a key part of its strategy to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions. The COP28 Action Agenda on Regenerative Landscapes, of which Nestlé is a founding member, aims to support farmers, facilitate government policies, and promote research and education in sustainable agriculture.

Key Highlight:

* The COP28 UAE Declaration on Sustainable Agriculture, Resilient Food Systems, and Climate Action, signed by 134 world leaders, emphasizes the role of sustainable agriculture and food production in dealing with climate change.

Original Press Release:

Dec. 8 -- Nestlé issued the following news release:

With about a third of total greenhouse gas emissions coming from the production, distribution and consumption of food, COP28 acknowledged, for the first time, the important role food and agriculture play in tackling the climate crisis. As a food company, Nestlé has been pushing for this action and believes the momentum it creates will enable the global transition to agriculture that restores and enhances nature.



Private sector participants, farmers, civil society, financiers and local government representatives agreed at the summit to coordinate and scale up their efforts to make food production and agriculture more sustainable and resilient. Signatories of the COP28 Action Agenda on Regenerative Landscapes, of which Nestlé is a founding member, will collaborate and support farmers who adopt regenerative practices. They will help facilitate government policies, support research and development and advance education in this space.



The Action Agenda on Regenerative Landscapes is an important means for delivering on the COP28 UAE Declaration on Sustainable Agriculture, Resilient Food Systems, and Climate Action. Signed by 134 world leaders, the Declaration makes sustainable agriculture and food production key components for dealing with climate change.



"At Nestlé, we have made regenerative agriculture a cornerstone of our roadmap to net zero greenhouse gas emissions," said Rob Cameron , Nestlé's Global Head of Public Affairs. "As one company, we can have a positive impact on the environment and on farmers and their communities. The cooperation across sectors agreed at COP28 is another major step forward that will make a big difference."

Source: Nestlé

[Category: Agricultural Products, Energy, Food, Specialty Retail, Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing, ESG]

* All content is copyrighted by Industry Intelligence, or the original respective author or source. You may not recirculate, redistrubte or publish the analysis and presentation included in the service without Industry Intelligence's prior written consent. Please review our terms of use.

See our dashboard in action - schedule an demo
Jason Irving
Jason Irving
- SVP Enterprise Solutions -

We offer built-to-order agriculture industry coverage for our clients. Contact us for a free consultation.

About Us

We deliver market news & information relevant to your business.

We monitor all your market drivers.

We aggregate, curate, filter and map your specific needs.

We deliver the right information to the right person at the right time.

Our Contacts

1990 S Bundy Dr. Suite #380,
Los Angeles, CA 90025

+1 (310) 553 0008

About Cookies On This Site

We collect data, including through use of cookies and similar technology ("cookies") that enchance the online experience. By clicking "I agree", you agree to our cookies, agree to bound by our Terms of Use, and acknowledge our Privacy Policy. For more information on our data practices and how to exercise your privacy rights, please see our Privacy Policy.