Driving Down Methane: What Food & Agriculture Companies Should Do Now: free webinar, November 8

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in ESG: The Driving Down Methane: What Food & Agriculture Companies Should Do Now free webinar on November 8.

As world environmental leaders gather for the November United Nations Climate Change Conference, reducing agricultural methane emissions is coming forward as critical to meet global climate targets. Reducing agricultural methane emissions is critical to meeting global climate targets. This is especially true for many food and agriculture companies who sell meat and dairy, as over one-third of U.S. methane emissions come from livestock and dairy production. As methane enters the main stage in the climate conversation, how can food companies partner with farmers to drive reductions within supply chains?

In this webinar, we will unpack why methane matters and what technologies and strategies are available to help reduce methane emissions in supply chains. Leading companies will share best practices and lessons learned for cutting methane.

Topics will include:

  • Why ambitious industry action on methane is necessary for a net zero future
  • What a robust supply chain reduction target for methane looks like
  • Steps companies can take today to start a methane reduction journey

Moderator:

  • Theresa Lieb, Senior Analyst, Food Systems, GreenBiz Group

Speakers:

  • Katie Anderson, Director Resilient Food and Forest, EDF+Business
  • Chris Adamo, Vice President of Government and Public Affairs, Danone North America
  • Ann Radil, Head of Carbon Reduction, Neutral Foods
  • Justin Ransom, Senior Director, Sustainable Food Strategy, Tyson Foods.

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