Commitments to action
Canadian Beef Sustainability Goals 2030
Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef, Canadian Cattlemen's Association, Beef Cattle Research Council, National Cattle Feeders Association, Canada Beef, Canadian Meat Council, Canadian Beef Breeds Council
The Canadian Beef Goals 2030 aim to foster long-term continuous improvement in the Canadian beef industry. The Canadian beef industry knows it has a vital role to play in being part of the solution for climate change. The Canadian Beef Advisors consists of the seven national beef organizations responsible for policy, marketing, research and sustainability in the Canadian Beef industry. Building on the National Beef Strategy, a suite of ambitious 10- year goals has been identified that will guide continuous improvement in sustainable practices, product quality, enhancing natural environments, reducing our footprint and embracing innovation that benefit people health, safety and profitability. The goal topics recognize the breadth of benefits from Canadian beef production beyond supplying global protein demand; they address all five principles of beef sustainability adopted here in Canada – Natural Resources, People & Community, Animal Health and Welfare, Food, and Efficiency & Innovation. The topics of the goals are (in no particular order): 1. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Carbon Sequestration; 2. Land Use and Biodiversity; 3. Water and Soil Quality; 4. Animal Health and Care; 5. Beef Quality and Food Safety; 6. People Health and Safety; 7. Technology and Innovation.
For more details on the rationale, specifics on how the industry will work to achieve them, and FAQs, please visit https://beefstrategy.com/2030-goals.php
World Vision’s Commitment to Increased Action on Ecosystem Restoration and Regenerative Agriculture Practices
World Vision is committed to increased action on Ecosystem Restoration and regenerative agriculture practices.
In order to quickly shift the global food system towards regenerative practices, we need to ensure the entire supply chain is producing and consuming in ways that are in line with nature’s processes rather than against them.