All news articles for June 2018

UNITAR and Danone will develop a learning program on climate change for Danone employees.

UNITAR partners with Danone to educate on climate change

By Jim Cornall

For the first time, UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research) has partnered with a private company to build a core set of knowledge to help promote conservation, restoration and safeguarding of the planet, while encouraging Danone employees...

PAI sees a premium future for animal proteins ©iStock/Marilyna

Plant-based trend sees premiumisation of meat consumption

By Katy Askew

Plant-based sales are set to continue their upward trajectory but the meat and dairy sectors are not out for the count. The way we consume animal products is evolving and premiumising, French research suggests.

An aerial photo taken December 19, 2017 shows new clearance for palm oil plantation on the secondary dry land forest at concession PT Agrinusa Persada Mulia of GAMA Group in Toray village, Merauke subdistrict, Merauke district, Papua province. Pic: © Jurnasyanto Sukarno/Greenpeace

Greenpeace links Fonterra to Indonesian deforestation

By Jim Cornall

A just-published Greenpeace investigation alleges that New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra Cooperative Group’s key supplier of palm kernel extract (PKE) has links to a huge expanse of deforestation in Indonesia.

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