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Rising costs from inflation and increased focus on reducing carbon dioxide emissions make product loss management more important than ever in dairy plants. One major reason these losses occur is because timings or other process parameters are set incorrectly, causing a lot of valuable dairy product to be unnecessarily washed out together with the wastewater. Collo’s unique liquid fingerprint technology addresses this problem by detecting any type of liquid in the pipes in real-time, offering an easy way to optimise production and cut product losses.

Achilles, the global leader and partner of choice for ethical and sustainable supply chains, is demonstrating its commitment to a net zero future, both for the organisation and its customers, enabling more every year to achieve their own carbon reduction targets with a notable increase of 144% in Achilles’ Carbon Reduce Programme members in the past 2 years.

UPM has been recognised with a triple ‘A’ score for its performance and transparent reporting on climate change, forests and water security by the global environmental non-profit CDP. Out of nearly 15,000 companies scored, UPM is one of only 12 companies that achieved the triple ‘A’.

The Tharawat Family Business Forum, in collaboration with the AW Rostamani Group and knowledge partner Global Compact Network UAE, launched a report outlining climate risks and action for family businesses in the MENA and featuring case studies across Chalhoub Group, L’Oréal and the Arrigoni Group.

More than 20 aroma ingredients available with reduced product carbon footprint via use of renewable raw materials in the value chain

Transparency on CO2 emissions via product carbon footprints available
Givaudan and BASF joining forces on innovative sustainability solutions

Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has been recognised for leadership in corporate transparency and performance on climate change, forests and water security by global environmental non-profit CDP, securing a place on its annual ‘A List’. Based on data reported through CDP’s 2022 Climate Change, Forests and Water Security questionnaires, Metsä Board is one of only 12 companies that achieved a triple ‘A’ – out of nearly 15,000 companies scored. This was the second consecutive year that Metsä Board scored the outstanding triple ‘A’.

Metsä Board, part of Metsä Group, has published new detailed roadmaps to help visualise the measures it will take to achieve the ambitious 2030 targets regarding climate change and water use. Roadmaps will be updated at least once a year, both in terms of the actual performance and future investments. Future investments, which are at the planning stage, are also included in the roadmaps.

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