Episode 205: Cargill cultivates soil health, greening the Super Bowl
Week in Review
Commentary of some of this week's stories begins at 7:21.
In late 2019, food and agriculture giant Cargill adopted one of its boldest commitments yet with a pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent per ton of product across its global supply chain by just 10 years from now. Greg Downing, sustainability director, climate, at Cargill discusses how it's getting ranchers and farmers on board with that vision. Plus, the company's role in decarbonizing the maritime industry.
*Music in this episode by Lee Rosevere: "Southside," "More On That Later," "Thinking It Over" and "As I Was Saying"
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