The CEO of a $55 billion company reveals how Gen Z is forcing people to take stand on climate change

"Emmanuel Faber, the CEO of $55 billion food and beverage giant Danone, is leading a coalition for an industry at a crossroads. 

On Monday, 19 companies with combined annual revenues of more than $500 billion, including Danone, Kellogg Company, Mars, and Nestlé, launched the "One Planet Business for Biodiversity" initiative at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York City.

The companies have pledged to boost regenerative farming practices, revamp product portfolios to become less reliant on overused crops, and identify actions to eliminate deforestation and protect natural ecosystems. The group will disclose "ambitious, timebound and measurable commitments" by October 2020."

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