Earth Is Our Home. Let’s Protect It.

There are nearly 8 billion people in the world, but there’s only one Earth. Although we have different cultures, landscapes, and time zones, we all share the same home. Unfortunately, the impacts of climate change are threatening our home and jeopardizing our future, and we must find a way to protect it before it’s too late.

The Cold Reality of Global Warming

There are a lot of potential consequences of climate change—from environmental disasters, to food production disruption, to health impacts. We’re working to do our part to slow climate change by working towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions by increasing our use of renewable energy at our Londonderry, NH production facility and leveraging sustainable business practices.

Advocating for Our Earth Since 1983

Climate change isn’t new, but it’s certainly getting old. Here at Stonyfield, we’re working hard to create a better tomorrow by fighting climate change today. In fact, we’ve set aggressive goals for ourselves in order to make a powerful impact:

    • Reduce Stonyfield’s greenhouse gas footprint (absolute scope 1, 2, and 3 greenhouse gas emissions) by 30% by 2030 (verified science-based target!)
    • Reach 100% renewable electricity for our Londonderry, NH, manufacturing facility by 2025 through a combination of purchasing renewable energy credits and supporting the construction of several new solar arrays (achieved!)
    • Reach 100% renewable electricity for our dairy supply chain by 2025
    • Have a carbon positive dairy supply chain by 2030

Here are a few ways we’ve advocated for our planet over the years.

A History As Organic As Our Products

Stonyfield Organic: Our Fight Against Climate Change - 1983 - 1997


  • Stonyfield is born!


  • First U.S. manufacturer to offset all greenhouse gas emissions from facility energy use—and we still do!
  • Released the Stonyfield Environmental Cookbook with recipes to help slow global warming
Stonyfield Organic: Our Fight Against Climate Change - 2005 - 2007


  • Installed NH’s then largest rooftop Photovoltaic Solar Panel Array at our Londonderry, NH production facility


  • Converted wastewater into biogas in an onsite wastewater treatment system


  • Helped launch Climate Counts, a non-profit organization bringing consumers and companies together to help fight climate change
Stonyfield Organic: Our Fight Against Climate Change - 2008 - 2009


  • Opened our new green office building, designed to use 40% less energy than an average office building at the time
  • Created mini-billboards on cups by producing 200M+ lids with environmental messaging


  • Received the EPA Clean Air Excellence Award
  • Published Stirring It Up by Gary Hirshberg
  • Launched the Greener Cow Project to reduce methane created by cow burps
  • Joined BICEP (Businesses for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy) to advocate for a competitive, low-carbon, economic future
Stonyfield Organic: Our History - The First Yogurt Cups in the U.S. Made From Plants


  • Introduced the first yogurt cup made from plants with our YoBaby and Kids cups


  • Began measuring life-cycle emissions of our products in real time


  • Started to provide excess yogurt whey to farmers for animal feed


Stonyfield Organic: Our History - Stonyfield Becomes a Certified B Corp



  • Signed on in support of the Paris Climate Accord with other supporting companies


  • Supported efforts to push the EPA to introduce fuel efficiency standards for heavy trucks.
  • Became B Corp certified—Stonyfield scores a 92 upon being certified


Stonyfield Organic: StonyFIELDS Initiative


  • Stonyfielders joined the Climate March in Concord, NH
  • Shared Stonyfield’s start on NPR’s popular podcast How I Built This
  • Stonyfield declares We Are Still In!


  • Launched StonyFIELDS initiative where Stonyfield started working with communities across America to provide grants to help maintain organically playing fields by stopping the use of toxic persistent pesticides and herbicides


  • Committed to a science-based climate goal to reduce our carbon footprint by 30% by 2030
  • Helped launch OpenTEAM, an initiative and new software platform to enable farmers to potentially improve soil health and help fight climate change by using OpenTEAM-generated data
Stonyfield Organic: Organic Probiotic Yogurt


  • Called on Congress to create jobs and recover from the economic impact of Covid-19 through a transition to a cleaner, more resilient economy. We also donated over a million products to front-line workers and responders of the pandemic
  • Received the Climate Collaborative’s Award for Outstanding Company of the Year
  • Helped launch the Organic Trade Association’s Climate Change Task Force to build awareness of the benefits that organic agriculture offers for addressing climate change
Stonyfield Organic Sustainability Goals


  • Committed to 100% renewable electricity at our Londonderry, NH, manufacturing facility and 100% renewable electricity on our dairy supply chain by 2025
  • Committed to a carbon positive dairy supply chain by 2030
  • Launched the Toxins Calculator with The Organic Center and Organic Valley, providing an easy-to-digest breakdown of how impactful organic dairy farming practices are on the environment
Stonyfield Organic Renewable Energy Goals


  • Our Londonderry, NH, production facility uses 100% renewable electricity through a combination of producing its own solar power, the purchase of renewable energy credits (RECs), and by supporting the construction of seven new solar array projects located in New Hampshire, Minnesota, and Wisconsin
Stonyfield Organic: Join Us In Our Fight

Join Us in Our Fight

We’re not done yet. We believe in progress over perfection and are delighted that others have followed in our footsteps. As we continue this fight, we welcome you to stand with us by getting involved in your community and supporting climate-friendly organizations.

Stonyfield Organic yogurt product

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