ACTION: BREWDOG GOES CARBON NEGATIVE
This week we were impressed by beer company BrewDog, which has just gone carbon negative by switching to wind power for its bars and breweries, with plans to plant a forest's worth of trees.
The company went carbon negative by switching to more sustainable energy sources, and it is planting a BrewDog forest as part of a longer-term goal to remove twice as much carbon from the atmosphere as the business puts in.
An article from Dezeen explains how BrewDog achieves its goal of being carbon negative and how the company has purchased 2,050 acres of land in Scotland. They are planning to turn it into 1,400 acres of broadleaf forest, with the remaining 650 acres given over to restored peatland. Read more from the Dezeen article here.