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Starbucks has formalized its 2030 environmental goals to cut its carbon, water, and waste footprints by half. Pic: Starbucks

Starbucks joins US dairy Net Zero initiative

By Jim Cornall

The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy has announced Starbucks’ intent to support the Net Zero Initiative (NZI), a partnership of the US dairy community seeking to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, optimize water usage and improve water quality...

The UK agricultural sector has committed to a reduction of 3m tonnes of CO2e by 2020. 

Dairy farmer turns to sequestration for carbon removal

By Jim Cornall

With the UK Government committed to reducing greenhouse gases by 80% on 1990 levels by 2050 (Climate Change Act 2008), many industry sectors are taking a close look at their operational methods and how they can play their part in helping to reach this...

Fonterra switched its Te Awamutu site to wood pellets, which will reduce coal use by almost 10%. Pic: Fonterra

Fonterra publishes 2020 Sustainability Report

By Jim Cornall

Fonterra said it has achieved its most encouraging sustainability results since starting annual reporting four years ago, but insists it is staying focused on what still needs to be done to reach its long-term targets.

Upon receipt of the information, farmers will focus on implementing solutions to help reduce emissions. Pic: Getty Images/brians101

Fonterra farmers receive GHG profiles

By Jim Cornall

Over the last few days, Fonterra farmers have been receiving unique greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions profiles for their farms - the first time such a tool has been introduced in New Zealand at scale. The profiles form part of a farm environmental report...

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