Saputo Signs Large-Scale Virtual Power Purchase Agreement with Capital Power

March 28, 2024 Saputo

The agreement pertains to a Canadian-based wind facility (Halkirk 2 Wind) currently under construction. Subject to final regulatory approvals and once operational, the portion of the wind facility contracted by Saputo will generate approximately 206,300 MWh of renewable electricity per year, reducing the Company’s CO2 emissions by more than 140,000 tonnes – equivalent to taking more than 30,000 cars off the road.

‘Possibly the end’: Quebec Shrimp Fishery Facing Climate Change, Tough economy

March 27, 2024 The Gazette

Temperatures in the Gulf of St. Lawrence have been rising, causing shrimp stocks to plummet and making conditions more favorable for fish species that eat them, experts say.

How the Heat of Climate Change is Affecting the Bakery Industry

October 5, 2023 BRIAN UDALL, Tasting Table

Many of us are familiar with the knock-on effects of a warming climate, from melting ice caps to the more frequent incidence of severe forest fires. As temperatures continue to climb, we will start to see other unanticipated effects, not just with the production of our favorite food and drink items but how they are prepared as well. Enter the baking industry.

Grupo Bimbo Receives the Highest Rating and Recognition for Its Efforts to Mitigate Climate Change Globally

January 18, 2023 Grupo Bimbo

Grupo Bimbo, the world’s largest baking company, was recognized by the non-governmental organization Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its actions at the global level to mitigate the effects of climate change. The Mexican company obtained CDP’s prized “A” rating, reflecting its commitment to leading the way in environmental transparency and performance on climate change, deforestation and water security.

Climate Labels on Food Lower Red Meat Consumption, Study Finds

January 4, 2023 Justin Boggs, KSBY

Placing labels on fast food items that show climate impact lowers consumers’ red meat consumption, a study published this week in the Journal of American Medical Association found. The study was authored by researchers at Johns Hopkins University.