Calculating farming’s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions is difficult, but experts agree that feeding the world’s people has tremendous climate and environmental impacts.
Agriculture directly accounts for 10-12 percent of ghg emissions. We must address this if we are to meet the 2°C limit agreed upon at COP21.
How we produce protein is the most important environmental question facing our society today.
Carbon farming alone is not enough to avoid catastrophic climate change, even if it were practiced on every square meter of farmland. But it does belong at the center of our transformation as a civilization.
Dutch physiologist Mark Post sees lab-grown products as the ultimate solution to feeding the world’s appetite for healthier, sustainable “real” meat.
Companies in the agricultural sector are working on a number of initiatives to demonstrate their dedication to sustainability. Some of the largest food and beverage companies worldwide – like Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, General Mills, Mars and PepsiCo – have outlined their commitment...
More and more consumers are making it clear that they want to do business with companies that they can trust. Increasing consumer trust increases top line sales. But maintaining consumer trust requires honest business practices and open lines of communication.
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