By 2050, we will be 10 billion human beings on earth. 10 billion mouths to feed. The demand for food will increase sharply. The Danish food industry is part of the solution. We will provide Danish solutions to global challenges.
The Danish food industry is launching a vision to be climate neutral by 2050, while sustaining or even increasing food production.
It sounds almost too good to be true, but experts from Technical University of Denmark and Aarhus University estimate that agriculture can reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 per cent using the new SkyClean technology.
Agriculture and forestry’s role in the EU Climate Law; Opinions and issues highlighted by various representatives from the European Parliament (MEP’s), the Commission, farmers, and civil society stakeholders.
The EU Climate Law proposal by the European Commission is ambitious. This is a good thing for both the climate and front runner countries such as Denmark.
Higher common EU ambitions further a more level-playing field for Danish farmers and cooperatives on the EU internal market.
The Danish Agriculture & Food Council is setting up the Global Climate Task Force to develop specific initiatives aimed at minimising greenhouse gas emissions globally.