White paper shows minimal footprint of U.S. beef

November 15, 2019 EcoVadis FR


According to the paper, U.S. beef production, particularly when it comes to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, is often misrepresented with global statistics that fuel inaccurate reports and misconceptions. The newly published paper addresses this issue by sharing the most recent data, which indicate that only 3.7% of U.S. GHG emissions come directly from beef cattle. By comparison, beef cattle account for 6% of GHG emissions globally.


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EcoVadis opère une plateforme mondiale d’évaluation et de mutualisation des performances RSE utilisée par plus de 55 000 entreprises de toutes tailles dans 155 pays. EcoVadis combine un système d’information et un réseau d’experts pour mettre à disposition de ses clients acheteurs et fournisseurs des notations simples, fiables et comparables couvrant 198 catégories d’achat et 21 indicateurs (des « émissions de CO2 » au « travail des enfants »

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