Davos 2023

How China's dairy industry is building a sustainable future

How can ESG and new technologies reduce the dairy industry's carbon emissions? Image: REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)

Jeffrey Lu Minfang
Chief Executive Officer, Mengniu Group
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Davos 2023 ; Global agriculture produces nearly 20% of global carbon emissions (with the livestock industry contributing nearly 15% of this and the dairy industry the most).
Global agriculture produces nearly 20% of global carbon emissions (with the livestock industry contributing nearly 15% of this and the dairy industry the most). Image: Our World in Data

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