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Methane Rising: Three questions investors in the food sector should ask their portfolio companies

Published: April 25, 2024 by Andrew Howell

Agricultural methane emissions trace a complex path through the food and dairy industries. Investors can gain insight by asking simple questions.

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Strategic Roadmaps for SBTi Forest, Land, & Agriculture Targets

Actionable guidance to more strategically advance ambitious climate targets aligned with the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) guidance.

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Climate Action Explained: A Must-Have Guide to Reducing Food Emissions

Published: April 8, 2024 by Katie Anderson

Pathways for six key commodities aligned with SBTi FLAG guidance for food companies to more strategically work toward climate targets.

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How Food Companies Can Harness the Power of Social Networks for Scope 3 Reductions

Published: February 22, 2024 by Simone Schenkel

Social networks play a pivotal role in shaping human behavior. To accelerate climate-smart practices, farmers’ social networks are crucial.

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How companies can reduce nitrogen pollution and measure progress toward climate goals

Published: December 8, 2022 by Simone Schenkel

The N Balance Implementation Guide provides a pragmatic road map for food and agriculture companies to help reduce nitrogen pollution.

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Fostering innovative finance in the agriculture value chain

Published: February 4, 2022 by Maggie Monast

12 finance solutions and value-added incentives to support farmers in adopting new conservation practices

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Building resilient and sustainable food systems

This report provides context-based solutions to move the food and agriculture industry farther along on sustainability.

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This climate champion will upend the way you think about city government jobs

Chris Castro is using solar, composting and front yard farming to achieve his mission: make Orlando, Florida, the greenest city in America.

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