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Sustainability initiatives in the global dairy industry

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Sustainability Initiatives In The Global Dairy Industry
Contents


by
Ameen MOUSA
Hongyu SHI
Anqi LIU
Trung Kien TRAN
1.Introduction
2.Discussion
2.1.The concept of sustainability in
dairy industry
2.2.Sustainability process
and initiatives
2.3.Achievements and limitations
3.Recommendations
4.Conclusion
5.References
6.Q&A


The importance of sustainability in dairy industry
The report’s structure
Scope of the report


2.1The concept of sustainability in dairy industry

Quadruple bottom-line
To balance cultural development with 3 other pillar (especially for ethnic groups, like Maori)

2.Discussion
This report’s definition:
The dairy sector’s continuous process of addressing related factors with the purpose of advancing economic, environmental, social, and cultural developments to obtain long-term value.
2.2.Sustainability process and initiatives in dairy sector
sustainability targets
Commitment from corporate senior executives & dairy industry
2.2.2.Developing sustainability strategy, structure and activities:
“Global Dairy Agenda for Action” (GDAA): to reduce GHG emissions
The United States: “U.S. Dairy sustainability commitment”
Australia: “Australian Dairy sustainability framework”
New Zealand: “Dairy and environment leadership group” in.
Nestlé: “Creating Share Value” (CSV)
Fonterra: “Environmental Group Policy”

Sustainability initiatives
. Environmental pillar:


. Social pillar:


. Economic pillar:



Fonterra’s initiatives
US dairy initiatives
Organise for sustainability
Challenge
Nestlé
Fonterra


Measuring sustainability performance

- Connects sustainability outcomes with principles
- Promotes continuous advancement.

Inputs, Processes, Outputs




US: “Farm Energy Efficiency”, LCAs, energy audits
Nestlé: “Global Reporting Initiative G3.1 framework”; Indicators.
Fonterra: Indicators

Benchmarks
Performances
Objective
Ex: Nestlé KPIs
Ex.: U.S. Life cycle assessments (LCAs)

Ex.: Fonterra indicators

2.3.Achievements and limitations


2.3.1. Achievements:
US dairy:

Fonterra’s

2.3.2. Limitations:
seemingly ignored

various indices,
inconsistency among composite indicators,
changing trends

not considered important


-Cultural pillar
-Construct Balanced Scorecard measure sustainability performance
-Sustainability training
-Rewards systems.
3.Recommendations
4.Conclusion
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5.References
1.Introduction
2.2.1. Identifying sustainability issues:
Consumers
Milk safety
Regulatory
Australia:
Farm Productivity Delivery Program
Dairy Innovation Australia Limited
Importance:
Measurement objects:
Use indicators:
Cultural pillar:
Problems in evaluating:
In Africa or Asia:
US initiatives
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