Carlsberg Group

The history of Carlsberg begins in 1847 when J.C. Jacobsen established his state-of-the-art brewery on a hill outside Copenhagen. Since then the city has expanded far beyond that hill, and Carlsberg has expanded far beyond the city to become the fourth largest international brewery group in the world. Learn more about us here.

About Sustainability at the Carlsberg Group
A key element of the Carlsberg Group's sustainability strategy is the integration of sustainability throughout the value chain. Embedding sustainability in existing business processes, developing policies to ensure standards, driving collaboration through partnerships, and setting global and local targets to improve sustainability performance are the cornerstones of this strategic process. Our three key themes are: Resources & Environment, Health & Well-being and People & Policies. Learn more about sustainability at the Carlsberg Group:

About the Carlsberg Circular Community
Launched in 2014, the Carlsberg Circular Community (CCC) is a cooperation between the Carlsberg Group and selected partners with the aim of pursuing a circular, zero-waste economy by using the Cradle-to-Cradle® (C2C®) framework when developing and marketing new products. The CCC currently comprises eight partners and aims to engage 17 partners by 2017. More on the Carlsberg Circular Community.

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Beermaker Carlsberg Zeroes In On Zero


Together Towards ZERO
Together Towards ZERO is made up of four ambitions, each with individual and measurable targets for 2022 and 2030.OUR FOUR AMBITIONS ARE:ZERO carbon...