Feeding a growing global population of 9.7bn people by 2050
We now live in a world where 821 million people suffer from hunger, while more than 650 million people are obese
Animal farming accounts for 14.5% of all human derived GHG emissions* and this must be reduced to contribute to efforts to keep global warming below 1.5%
Reducing the environmental footprint of animal protein production is much more than carbon emissions alone
Over time, this need for ever-increasing quantities of animal protein, which is already placing tremendous pressure on our planet’s finite natural resources, will lead to significant environmental strain, and take our food systems well beyond the planet’s environmental boundaries.
In turn, animal protein companies are asking how to reduce their environmental impact – they are looking for credible, scalable measurement of their environmental footprint combined with expert, independent advice to answer their questions related to the environmental impact of their business operations.
To make significant improvements, detailed measurement at the feed and farm-level are vitally important and independent, science-based, data-driven guidance is necessary to achieve the step-change in environmental performance.
Greater precision in animal farming is key to a more sustainable and profitable future. Enabling farming to become more efficient while reducing its environmental footprint requires the deep analysis of individual primary farm and feed data.
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