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Zoetis plans to be Carbon Neutral By 2030

Zoetis recently stated their intention to become carbon neutral by 2030. As part of that goal, the corporation also declared that it intends to run its operations entirely on renewable energy.According to a press statement from Zoetis, the company’s major strategy for achieving its goal is to acquire renewable energy through power purchase agreements. North America accounts for more than 75% of ‘ overall energy use worldwide.

“We aspire to be the world’s most sustainable animal health company,” said Zoetis‘ Executive VP of Corporate Affairs, Communications, and Sustainability, Jeannette Ferran Astorga. “We are honored to be the first stand-alone animal health firm to pledge to carbon neutrality by 2030,” said the company. “The launch of our enhanced climate policy is a step forward in our path.

We are committed to stewarding resources ethically and reducing our own operations’ impact on the environment to assist safeguards our planet as we live our goal to nurture the earth and humans by developing animal care.”At the current moment, 9 of Zoetis‘ 28 production facilities are powered entirely by renewable energy, with the San Diego diagnostics facility being the most recent to do so. Furthermore, the company’s three PHARMAQ facilities in Norway, as well as its two largest offices outside of the United States—Zaventem, Belgium, and Dublin, Ireland—are now powered entirely by renewable energy.

Additionally, it is implementing a long-term plan to update its lighting to more energy-efficient LED bulbs. Zoetis has also made a concerted effort to make its production and research and development facilities more energy efficient.

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