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Taking Canada's beef goals and message to the world

The Canadian cattle sector was represented during the recent climate-focused COP27 meetings.

This year, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change also placed a key focus and emphasis on agriculture and food systems.

CCA’s Bob Lowe and Mitchell Zoratti participated in COP27 as official observers and as part of Canada’s official delegation and were on the ground to participate in the many discussions.

Lowe, past president of the CCA, says beef producers experience climate-related events firsthand and we work every day to continuously improve our working landscapes for generations to come.

Canada already has one of the lowest GHG intensities for beef, and the beef sector has set a reduction target goal of 33 per cent for 2030.

Lowe points out that as climate policy decisions are made, it is extremely important for producers to be present in the discussions.

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