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McDonalds Beef farming carbon calculator tool

In collaboration with agricultural and environmental experts, E-CO2, McDonalds is launching a practical tool that aims to demonstrate to farmers what measures that can be taken to reduce their carbon footprint and increase their business efficiency.

In collaboration with agricultural and environmental experts, E-CO2, McDonalds is launching a practical tool that aims to demonstrate to farmers what measures that can be taken to reduce their carbon footprint and increase their business efficiency.

The ‘What If?’ carbon tool has been developed by E-CO2 using the main E-CO2 beef calculator to model the impact key management changes have on a beef enterprise’s carbon footprint.

You need to be logged in on MCDonalds Farm-forward website in order to review and use the tool.

Read more about the tool here.

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