P&G has come up with a timeline in its climate transition plan that states it will aim to be at net zero on greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 2040. It has joined an Amazon and Global Optimism’s Climate Pledge which has a net zero goal by 2040. All P&G’s efforts towards this will be measured using the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and will be in line with suggestions from Climate Action 100+Net-Zero Company Benchmark.

The brand reduced its emissions across all its operations in 52 countries by 52% in the period from 2010-2020 using renewable electricity and energy efficiency techniques. By 2030, the company aims to buy 100% renewable energy, reduce product freight emissions intensity by 50%, cut down on supply chain emissions from priority categories by 40%, and have 100% recycled packaging.

The brand aims to make transformative changes to achieve its ultimate goal. In doing so, it will liaise with private, non-profit, and public sectors and involve each aspect of its business.