One of world’s biggest dairy farms to go net-zero

One of the world’s largest dairy firms has committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2050, implying “radical change” to its operations

One of the world’s largest dairy firms has committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2050, implying “radical change” to its operations.

Arla Foods said today that its cow-to-consumer operations would entirely offset by improvements across its supply chain by that date, with a 30% cut to CO2 emissions per kilogram of milk pencilled in for 2030.

Its statement also promised that it would cut its impact on the nitrogen and phosphorus cycles and boost biodiversity across all of its member farms in the UK, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands and Belgium. The cooperative is the fourth greatest milk processor in the world by volume.

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