Fonterra says its milk will be 30% greener in seven years by encouraging farmers to plant trees, treat cow pats and introduce methane-cutting tools. The announcement is the first time the co-op, the country’s biggest emitter, has asked its farmers to take steps to reduce emissions. For some reaction I am joined by Adjunct Professor at Lincoln University Dr Jacqueline Rowarth joins Mark Leishman on Round Up.
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