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Dairy firm Arla plans to cut carbon emission by 30 percent over the next decade
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10 March 2019
On 10 March 2019 Reuters reported:
Farmers' cooperative Arla Foods, one of the world's biggest dairy firms, plans to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent over the next decade to meet rising demand from consumers for more sustainable products, it said on Sunday (10 March). Arla is owned by 10,300 farmers in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Arla plans to switch to more sustainable operations such as renewable energy, sustainable packaging, and lower waste production, while farmers can plant more trees and bushes to help absorb carbon and improve biodiversity.
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