Climate Action & Sustainability in the Drinks Industry

There’s arguably no issue more urgent to the future of our world—and the drinks industry—than climate change. As agricultural products, wine, spirits, and beer are particularly susceptible to our planet’s changing climate—and producers have responded by taking decisive action.

In SevenFifty Daily’s Sustainability Hub, we profile the people, movements, and companies spearheading climate action. From widespread organic farming practices and reimagined zero-emissions production facilities, to packaging and transportation innovations aimed at lowering the industry’s carbon footprint, we’ll be reporting on the inspiring initiatives driving change at local and global scale.

From left to right: A Tale of The Forest by Glenmorangie with illustrated packaging by Pomme Chan. Bruichladdich has dropped the tin for its Port Charlotte range. Midleton Very Rare and its newly designed recyclable box.

Does Premium Whiskey Need a Box?

Secondary packaging signifies a bottle’s collectable status in the premium whiskey market, but, now that sustainability is top of mind, consumers are shifting their priorities