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Sponsored: Quantifying environmental impact in agriculture: Peer review underscores the importance of setting high scientific standards.
by Cara Mathers
Sponsored: The U.S. dairy sector is identifying promising solutions, practices and technologies that are paving the way for a more sustainable future.
Sponsored: EDF’s Victoria Mills interviews Chris Adamo of Danone North America to discuss the IRA's unprecedented investment in agriculture.
Sponsored: At participating retailers, the purchase of Herbal Essences shampoos and conditioners benefits sustainable guar farmers in India.
Sponsored: The path forward for a sustainable agrifood system can be cultivated through collaboration, innovation and co-investments across the entire value chain.
by Tim Faveri
Sponsored: Encouraging results in enteric methane mitigation research are helping to address one of the dairy industry’s most complex challenges.
Sponsored: Artificial intelligence carries great promise in advancing sustainability and resilience in sectors from agriculture to transportation. But it takes human intelligence to ensure AI solutions deliver positive outcomes.
Sponsored: Whether you’re growing plants or raising livestock, food production plays a crucial role in environmental stewardship.
by Mike Brown
Sponsored: Climate targets demand biodiversity and agriculture interventions. While funding has been far less than needed, that may not be the case for long.
Sponsored: Navigating the challenges dairy farms face when it comes to adopting climate-smart technologies and practices.
by Chris Kopman
Sponsored: Climate Pledge signatories are trailblazing paths to decarbonization — and our new docuseries shows how companies are changing the way they do business.
by Sally Fouts
Sponsored: Food and beverage use-by dates don’t necessarily indicate something is safe to consume. Scrapping these dates could significantly reduce food waste.
Sponsored: Sustainable, well managed fisheries have a big role to play in protecting biodiversity and feeding a global growing population.
Sponsored: Food loss and waste has a measurable impact on greenhouse gas emissions; the food and beverage industry has a role to play in reducing both loss and waste.
Sponsored: Carbon markets provide an opportunity to bridge the gap between current commodity markets and supply chain-based goals.
by Emma Fuller
Sponsored: Exploring a food company’s journey to increased sustainability by 2030.
by David Allen
Sponsored: Anaerobic digestion is an eco-friendly waste management solution, producing renewable energy and healthy soils. How can this technology grow in the United States?
Sponsored: Keurig Dr Pepper aspires to net positive water impact and joins the Water Resilience Coalition, bolstering existing water stewardship commitments through collective action.
Sponsored by CIBO Technologies: Crop models simulate conditions in the soil and plants on the computer to avoid errors in the real world and hedge farmers’ risks.
by Bruno Basso
Sponsored: From underground potash mines to grower’s fields, technology is transforming the way food is grown.
Sponsored: Carbon credits advance regenerative ag and help companies offset Scope 3 emissions but are confusing, requiring tools to inform investment decisions.
The pandemic also revealed deep vulnerabilities in our concentrated meat processing system. Fixing them can help fight climate change.
by Lena Brook
Sponsored: To operate sustainable manufacturing operations, it’s time for companies to balance their business and sustainability goals.
Sponsored: Innovative vertical and indoor farming technologies are helping bring fresh food closer to urban and arid populations and minimize supply chain risk while also helping reduce carbon impact.
by Anne Guthrie
Sponsored: From improving farmers’ livelihoods through strategic on-the-ground partnerships, to helping create climate-resilient coffee bean varieties, Keurig Dr Pepper is safeguarding the future of coffee by empowering smallholder farmers throughout its supply chain.