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Arla launches first dairy climate roadmap in UK
Arla Foods has launched a sustainability roadmap for the UK dairy industry that aims to inform consumers and retailers about how it will attain its 2030 climate targets.
The company hopes to reduce emissions across its entire value chain, including farms, production sites, and logistics.
Dubbed the Climate Roadmap – Towards Carbon Net Zero Dairy, Arla claims this is “a first for the UK dairy industry”.
According to Arla, its scope one and two emissions reduction target is consistent with changes needed to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees, which was outlined by the Paris Agreement.
Ben Wood, senior sustainability manager for Arla UK, said that their climate roadmap is another step on their long-term journey to producing milk in the best possible way for the planet.
Arla expects to reach carbon net zero across its entire business by 2050.
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