Nestle partners with NZ dairy co-op to cut emissions, as farmers rail against GHG pricing scheme

Published 06:30 on November 30, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:42 on November 30, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

Nestle has partnered with a New Zealand dairy farming company to develop a commercially viable net zero carbon emissions dairy farm by 2032, as the wider dairy sector has urged the government to ditch its proposed split-gas farm-level GHG pricing scheme.

Nestle has partnered with a New Zealand dairy farming company to develop a commercially viable net zero carbon emissions dairy farm by 2032, as the wider dairy sector has urged the government to ditch its proposed split-gas farm-level GHG pricing scheme.

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