Reducing the potential for climate change is integral to the activities of British Poultry Council member companies, and forms part of the ‘environment’ pillar of sustainable food production. The BPC operates a Climate Change Agreement (CCA), which includes targets for the reduction of energy use. BPC member companies are required to be part of the CCA for both their farms and processing plants. Our members are also part of environmental permitting regulations, whereby emissions, including odour, are monitored, controlled, and reduced.
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Director of External Affairs at the British Poultry Council. I’m a results-driven strategic communications leader and a tenacious spokesperson with over ten years’ experience in external affairs. I relish working in fast paced and complex environments that are subject to media attention and public scrutiny.
April 1, 2019
March 26, 2018
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