Ian Walsh, Cadbury’s global head of environment, said the company was looking to reduce the environmental impact of its supply chain. “We are committed to tackling climate change and we rely on scientific research to inform the actions we take.” The company worked with the Carbon Trust to work out the life cycle emissions of the chocolate.
Cadbury is not the first to address emissions from cattle and dairy farming. Experts at the Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research in Aberystwyth have also looked at how the diet of farmed animals can be changed to make them produce less methane, a much more potent global warming gas than CO2.
at Tuesday, February 24, 2009, Making Cows Burp Less, Feb 2009
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