14 April 2014
The next time you order a beer, you should know that while you are raising a glass to your friends, tens of thousands of farmers, brewers, packagers, distributors, landlords and restaurateurs are saying “cheers” back.
David Grant reflects on the hot topics of Stockholm World Water Week 2012
Water plays a key part in energy and food production but as this precious resource becomes scarce, smarter decisions must be made.
Achieving water security will require companies to take a long-term view, tackle issues at a local level and establish cross-sector partnerships
The International Development Committee has published its report on Tax in Developing Countries. SABMiller played an active role in contributing to the Committee’s inquiry and supports many of the recommendations.
Andy Wales blogs from the Re|Source 2012 conference which is - for the first time - engaging the financial community in addressing the world's resource challenges.
A reflection on some of the Sustainable Development achievements of the last 12 months, and a look at the importance of reporting sustainbility impact and sustainable development goals.
One of the themes of Rio+20 is ‘green growth'. The first and most obvious question will be ‘Can there be such a thing as green growth?' and for me the answer is an emphatic ‘Yes' - as long as there is a paradigm shift in the way that governments, the private sector and consumers think about resources.
The Brewers of Europe has published its first ever report on the collective environmental performance of the industry in Europe.
Anyone who has been following the company for a while will know that a crucial focus for us in Africa is to create locally relevant, high quality beer brands which are affordable to people who would otherwise drink illicit or informal alcohol.