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China’s “Carbon Peak & Carbon Neutrality” Goals: Influences for Enterprises in Food and Beverage Industry

Carrie Zhang
Wednesday , 28th Sep 2022
REACH24H Consulting Group China

In order to cope with global climate change, China proposed the goals of "to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060" in 2020. So far China has actively formulated and implemented a series of strategies, regulations, policies, standards and actions to "put in place a '1+N' policy framework for carbon peak and carbon neutrality." "1" refers to the programmatic documents for the realization of the “Carbon Peak & Carbon Neutrality” goals, while "N" refers to a series of guiding policies and programs in different fields.

Achieving carbon peak and carbon neutrality is a broad and profound initiative to the country and the industry, which will affect many enterprises, especially food and beverage enterprises with strong links with agriculture and manufacturing, because this industry has caused a large proportion of greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, enterprises in food and beverage industry are highly recommended to take actions to handle the impact.


1. "Carbon Peak & Carbon Neutrality" Trend and Impacts

1.1 Trend of "Carbon Peak & Carbon Neutrality"

1.2 Impacts on enterprises in food and beverage industry

2. Key Compliance Points

2.1 "Carbon Neutral" case study

2.2 How companies reduce greenhouse gas emissions

2.3 Product carbon footprint & carbon footprint label

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  • Chemical Regulatory Specialist
    Master of Environmental Engineering, Zhejiang University. Dedicated to tracking global climate policy for years, familiar with domestic and foreign carbon emission accounting standards, including GHG Protocol, ISO 14064, ISO 14067, etc. She has in-depth research and rich experience in carbon emission management, Carbon sink project development, full life cycle carbon footprint evaluation, supply chain carbon information disclosure, and carbon emission reduction path analysis. At the same time, she also focuses on providing ESG, CDP, EPD and other related customized policy studies and response plans for many domestic and foreign customers.