Jenna Evans, global sustainability manager for South Burlington, Vt.-based Ben & Jerry’s, joins us for episode 18 of the Let’s Talk Dairy podcast to discuss sustainability. At Ben & Jerry’s, Evans is responsible for climate strategy and sustainable packaging. She is leading a pilot program to cut dairy farm GHG emissions in half by 2024. Just after joining the company in 2018, she managed the company’s efforts to eliminate single-use, petroleum-based plastic in scoop shops worldwide.
In this episode, Evans discusses:
- How Ben & Jerry’s is reducing greenhouse gas emissions and having a positive environmental impact.
- How the project will be accomplished in just two years.
- The unique ways Ben & Jerry’s is reducing emissions.
- How Ben & Jerry’s is going way beyond just a carbon-neutral pledge.
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