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Hundreds of representatives from Coca‑Cola and Coca‑Cola HBC took time out to join coordinated cleanups as part of the global movement of World Cleanup Day on 15 September. Just some of the initiatives that took place across our network are highlighted on the map below.
The company fully supports the promotion of sustainability and would like to encourage all the employees to live a sustainable life, inside the company and in their private lives. Motivated by the Let’s do it initiative that started 10 years ago in Estonia, on the 15th of September, Coca‑Cola HBC Baltics will support the World Cleanup Day.
“Nature cannot save itself, and neither can a single man. We need to think broader, to involve the corporate sector, municipalities and NGOs. It is only through such comprehensive cooperation that we can help nature bounce back,” says Uģis Rotbergs, one of the founders of WWF Latvia.
Zug, Switzerland – 14 September 2018 – The 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices – a leading global benchmark for sustainability in business – were published yesterday. Coca‑Cola HBC is ranked in the top three of both the Global and European beverage industry leagues after having been the industry leader for the past four years.
Coca‑Cola HBC Baltic business unit has now its own sustainability report, covering our efforts in that field in 2017.
On 12 August we joined the international community to celebrate “International Youth Day” – a day set aside by the UN General Assembly to celebrate the role of young men and women as essential partners of change, and to raise awareness of challenges and problems facing our youth.
Having showcased high achievements in sustainability and corporate responsibility Coca‑Cola HBC Latvia has been included in the Gold category of the Sustainability Index in Latvia for the second consecutive year.
On June 13, Minister of Welfare Janis Reirs congratulated 38 companies that have implemented family friendly business principles in their work and received the Family Friendly Company status this year. Among them for the third year in a row also "Coca‑Cola HBC Latvia".
One of the largest bottlers of Coca‑Cola products, Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, has extended its limitations on the direct sales of added sugar beverages to primary schools in Baltic countries to also include secondary schools. This is to address concerns about the increasing daily intake of added sugars by children.
According to youths, employers have to be ready for millennials and adapt the work environment accordingly. Meanwhile, employers stress the importance of work ethics and self-motivation. With these and other conclusions, the debates between youths and employers came to an end yesterday, on 27 April.