Carbon dioxide levels in the air are at their highest level in 650,000 years and we have seen 19 of the warmest years since 2000. This is relevant for dairy farming because it is both, a net contributor to CO2 emissions and it is influenced by more extreme weather events as a result of climate change.
Therefore low-carbon dairy is one of the most pressing topics of our times – it will be discussed at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in 2021 and companies are increasingly committed to programs to reduce CO2 emissions.
This is why IFCN would like to bring researchers, companies, organisations and data together to move the discussion forward at the Dairy conference in 2021!
Join us at the 2021 IFCN Dairy Conference to discuss: Carbon-neutral dairy farming in 2050 – will this be possible? Register now for the great online event on June 9th.
Climate change is effecting all of us – take the chance to join us & purchase your seats for this special event!
We look forward to meeting you – online – at the IFCN Dairy Conference 2021!