Dairy UK responds to Climate Change Committee’s Sixth Carbon Budget
Dairy UK has expressed ‘disappointment’ with the Climate Change Committee’s recommendations for dairy consumption.
Defending the cow
Although the dairy industry has work to do, a world without cows is probably best left as a Twilight Zone episode and not a reality show, says an article published in Nutrition Today.
New research review finds climate impact of methane may be overstated
A review commissioned by the Global Dairy Platform (GDP) suggests the true climate impact of methane may be overstated since current metrics don’t recognise key differences between greenhouse gases.
New RABDF leaflet sets record straight on greenhouse gas emissions in dairy industry
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is pushing back on claims that the dairy industry is a major source of greenhouse gases.
Elopak pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions
Elopak has become one of the first companies in the world to formally pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions in line with the new criteria set by the Science Based Targets initiative.
Cows are not killing the climate
A key claim to the rise in greenhouse emissions is that globally, meat production generates more greenhouse emissions than the entire transportation sector, but is this true?