Sustainability

Phil Hogan will be one of the speakers at the INTL FCStone Financial's EU Dairy Outlook and Educational Forum in Dublin, Ireland, September 6 and 7, 2018.

Hogan to be keynote speaker at EU Dairy Outlook Forum

By Jim Cornall

INTL FCStone Inc. has announced Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, will be the keynote speaker at INTL FCStone Financial's EU Dairy Outlook and Educational Forum at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland on September...

Land O'Lakes has held minority equity in Iowa-based Agren since 2016. Pic: ©GettyImages/Sasiistock

Land O’Lakes acquires soil software company Agren

By Beth Newhart

Land O’Lakes Inc. has announced that it has acquired Agren Inc., a company that develops soil health and conservation planning software. It will become a part of Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN, a farmer-focused division of the dairy company.

In order to connect the Emmi site in Suhr to the district heating network, a new, underground pipeline will be built by 2020.

Emmi’s Mittelland Molkerei on the path to carbon neutrality

By Jim Cornall

Swiss dairy company Emmi has committed to reducing its global CO2 emissions by 25% by 2020. With the connection of Mittelland Molkerei in Suhr to the local district heating network, the company said it is taking a step towards achieving this target.

Synlait is aiming to become a Certified B Corporation.

Synlait looks to sustainable future

By Jim Cornall

New Zealand’s Synlait Milk has committed to reducing its environmental impact over the next decade by targeting key areas of its value chain.

UNITAR and Danone will develop a learning program on climate change for Danone employees.

UNITAR partners with Danone to educate on climate change

By Jim Cornall

For the first time, UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research) has partnered with a private company to build a core set of knowledge to help promote conservation, restoration and safeguarding of the planet, while encouraging Danone employees...

Boomerang eliminates plastic waste and creates a sustainable solution for single-use beverages.

New sustainable beverage tech could eliminate plastic bottles

By Beth Newhart

North Carolina-based Clear Water Manufacturing has launched a machine that can filter, fill and cap more than 300 bottles of water per one-hour cycle on-site at any location, including campuses, hotels, stadiums or in retail spaces.