Driving Down Methane: What Meals & Agriculture Firms Ought to Do Now



Date/Time: November 8, 2022 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT)

As world environmental leaders collect for the November United Nations Local weather Change Convention, lowering agricultural methane emissions is coming ahead as important to fulfill world local weather targets. Decreasing agricultural methane emissions is important to assembly world local weather targets. That is very true for a lot of meals and agriculture corporations who promote meat and dairy, as over one-third of U.S. methane emissions come from livestock and dairy manufacturing. As methane enters the primary stage within the local weather dialog, how can meals corporations associate with farmers to drive reductions inside provide chains?

On this webinar, we are going to unpack why methane issues and what applied sciences and techniques can be found to assist cut back methane emissions in provide chains. Main corporations will share greatest practices and classes discovered for slicing methane.

Subjects will embrace:

  • Why formidable trade motion on methane is important for a web zero future
  • What a sturdy provide chain discount goal for methane seems like
  • Steps corporations can take immediately to start out a methane discount journey


  • Theresa Lieb, Senior Analyst, Meals Methods, GreenBiz Group

Audio system: 

  • Katie Anderson, Director Resilient Meals and Forest, EDF+Enterprise
  • Chris Adamo, Vice President of Authorities and Public Affairs, Danone North America
  • Ann Radil, Head of Carbon Discount, Impartial Meals 
  • Justin Ransom, Senior Director, Sustainable Meals Technique, Tyson Meals

When you can’t tune in reside, please register and we are going to electronic mail you a hyperlink to entry the webcast recording and assets, out there to you on-demand after the reside webcast.