Editorial Insights

Champagne Anyone?

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"For champagne's winemakers, sustainability is not some marketing spin, but a matter of stark necessity," writes Michael Holder for GreenBiz.

"Across the region climate change is not some distant threat, but an ever-present reality to which they've already had to adapt. After all, the smallest changes in soil, sun, harvest and terroir can threaten a whole year's harvest, so the future of an industry worth $5.2 billion a year depends on adapting to a changing climate."

Holder goes on to describe low-carbon innovations the industry is embracing.

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