Sustainability score card shows good progress for Fonterra
Fonterra has released its sustainability score card summarising progress towards its people and environmental targets.
Fonterra’s Stirling site announces plans to get out of coal
As Minister for Energy and Resources Hon Dr Megan Woods officially opened Fonterra’s wood pellet boiler at its Te Awamutu plant, the Co-operative announced details for its next site to exit coal - Stirling cheese plant in Otago.
New plantain research a turning point for dairy
A new $22 million research initiative is underway to help dairy farmers improve freshwater quality – through using plantain pastures.
Coal not in Fonterra's future
Fonterra has been working on its transition to renewable energy for some time and says it can, and will, get out of coal, with a couple of practical constraints.
Fonterra details how farmers will be paid for sustainable, high value milk
Fonterra has released the details of how it will pay farmers for producing sustainable, high quality milk as part of The Co-operative Difference framework.
Fonterra joins forces with DSM to lower carbon footprint
Fonterra and Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and sustainable living, are teaming up to work on reducing on-farm greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in New Zealand.
Fonterra, Nestlé and DairyNZ join forces to tackle nitrogen leaching
Fonterra and Nestlé are teaming up with DairyNZ to expand a promising plantain trial to help improve waterways and reduce on-farm greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Fonterra’s latest Sustainability Report shows most
encouraging progress to date
Fonterra has achieved its most encouraging sustainability results since starting its annual reporting four years ago, but the Co-op is staying focused on what still needs to be done to reach its long-term targets.
Fonterra farmers taking another step towards New Zealand’s low emissions food production
They’re hot off the press and intended to help take the heat out of climate change.