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The global dairy community is coming together to accelerate climate action and help reduce the sector’s impact on the planet.

This is a vibrant, growing movement, the first of its kind in the world. It brings together dairy farms of every size and type, as well as organizations throughout the dairy supply chain. No matter where you are or how you contribute to the dairy production system, there is a pathway for you towards Dairy Net Zero.

Join us to raise dairy’s climate ambition. Together we will amplify the efforts and initiatives already in place and support action to reduce dairy’s emissions over the next 30 years.

 

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READY TO SIGN THE DECLARATION?

Be part of the solution. Sign up to the Pathways to Dairy Net Zero Declaration.

Meet some of our champions already working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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CASE STUDIES

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Pathways to Progress: Animal Nutrition

Reducing the carbon footprint of a dairy operation can go hand in hand with the operation’s efficiency, profitability, and sustainability.
These pillars are bridged together by nutrition.
This is why Pathways to Dairy Net Zero (P2DNZ) partnered with Trouw Nutrition to launch the global pre-competitive Animal Nutrition Workstream, which kicked off with a webinar on January 17.

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Get in touch with us here with any questions about Pathways to Dairy Net Zero, or for more information.

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PATHWAYS TO DAIRY NET ZERO IS AN INITIATIVE UNLIKE ANY OTHER IN AGRICULTURE IN SIZE AND SCOPE.

It brings together dairy farms of every size and type, as well as organizations throughout the dairy supply chain.

Launched September 22, 2021, during Climate Week and just prior to the United Nations (UN) Food Systems Summit, this growing movement is dedicated to reducing dairy’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the next 30 years.

Together we will amplify the efforts and initiatives already in place, optimizing and reducing emissions to safeguard nutrition security and sustain a billion livelihoods for tomorrow, while helping secure a future for us all.

HOW PATHWAYS TO DAIRY NET ZERO CAN SUPPORT YOU.

Whoever you are, wherever you are, your contribution matters. Everyone in the global dairy community can support Pathways to Dairy Net Zero.
Pathways to Dairy Net Zero will:

"HE DAIRY SECTOR PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS AND CAN CONTRIBUTE DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY TO ALL THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS."

Mr. Qu Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Source: Keynote Speech at 2020 Global Dairy Platform Annual Meeting

SIX PRINCIPLES OF PATHWAYS TO DAIRY NET ZERO

Mitigation

Continuing to improve production and process efficiency to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity of milk and dairy products.

GHG Removal

Enhance production practices that protect carbon sinks (soil, forests, grass and peatlands) and complement natural ecosystems.

Avoidance and adaptation

Improve practices such as feed, manure, fertilizer and energy management.

Insets and offsets

Identify and implement alternative, credible reduction options.

Measurement and monitoring

Measure GHG emissions to plan mitigation and monitor progress.

Overall support

Promote the initiative and emphasize the dairy sector’s climate ambition.

Discover more about Pathways to Dairy Net Zero and how you can be a part of it.

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OUR JOURNEY SO FAR AND WHERE WE ARE HEADING

"HE DAIRY SECTOR PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS AND CAN CONTRIBUTE DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY TO ALL THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS."

Mr. Qu Dongyu, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Source: Keynote Speech at 2020 Global Dairy Platform Annual Meeting

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We look forward to keeping you updated on this vital mission and 

how you can be a part of it.