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With COP26 approaching there has never been a more important time to discuss the healthy and sustainable diets we need for the future. We’ve brought together a panel of academic and industry experts to discuss the complex truth behind dairy’s roles in a healthy sustainable diet.
Our speakers will be exploring the evidence behind sustainable eating patterns, as well as the health and nutrition implications of dairy consumption as part of a balanced diet.
Speakers will also discuss dairy's impact on our environment and climate and farming and industry representatives will provide their insights into how the dairy sector is improving its sustainability credentials and how they’re contributing towards the journey to achieving Net Zero.
Discussion points that will be covered in the webinar include:
What is a sustainable diet?
Can dairy be part of a sustainable eating pattern?
What are the nutrition and health implications of dairy consumption?
Can dairy nutrition be easily replaced?
What is the environmental impact of dairy production?
This webinar is free to attend, and aimed at those working with diet, health or wellbeing with an interest in sustainable diet patterns.
Putting dairy’s carbon footprint into perspective – is giving up dairy the best thing we can do to save the planet?
What is the dairy sector doing to reduce its environmental impact?
What can farmers and processors achieve in the next 5 to 10 years?
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