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It's the year 2045 and organizations from around the world are working together to keep the global temperature increase below 1.5oC.
In this presentation, we look at how animal agriculture, and the dairy industry in particular, has embraced natural solutions and new technologies over the previous 25 years.
We look at the negative impacts from the dairy industry at the beginning of the 21st century, with a focus on GHG emissions, pollution, water usage and biodiversity, with an assessment of how we arrived at this point.
Next is a review of the triggers for change and how we reached the tipping point in 2020, as well as who the key actors were, who enabled the transition to more sustainable practices.
Finally, we look at the interventions and innovations that is bringing the dairy industry close to net zero.
This back casting approach provides an opportunity to imagine what might be possible and to stimulate discussion on this critical topic.