Webinar Effective strategies to reduce the carbon footprint of dairy cattle

Dairy farmers and feed producers have been taking their responsibility in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Over the past five decades, the sector has lowered its impact by 45%. Despite these improvements, additional efforts will be required to reach industry goals that will require an additional cut in the cow's carbon footprint of 20-25% by 2030.


An increasing level of dairy industry research shows that these targets are feasible, according to Dr. Ermias Kebreab, Associate Dean and Professor of Animal Science at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Kebreab is one of the worlds’ leading experts in the science of reducing the carbon footprint of dairy cattle.

We invite you to attend the webinar "Effective strategies to reduce the carbon footprint of dairy cattle" on Friday May 26, at 16.00 CET. Dr. Kebreab will discuss the following topics:

  • What is the cow's carbon footprint and how can we reduce it?
  • How is the dairy industry gearing up to address the challenge of reducing the cow's carbon footprint?
  • Nutritional strategies to assist with the reduction of cow methane emission.
  • What does success look like for the dairy industry?

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