Lunch and Learn Dialogue on General Mill’s Work for Climate Solutions
with Jerry Lynch, Chief Sustainability Officer, General Mills
Thurs Jan 5 11:30am -1 pm
Fredrikson and Byron
200 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402-1425
Complementary light lunch provided by the JCRC – – Sorry registration is full – email Sean email@example.com to be on the waiting list. We will keep you updated on future events.
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Join us for lunch to learn how General Mills is helping lead efforts within agriculture to mitigate and adapt to climate change, is joining with more than 300 U.S. businesses to support continued federal U.S. leadership for climate solutions and next steps we can take here in Minnesota.
Jerry Lynch, Chief Sustainability Officer, General Mills will share General Mill’s commitment and work to keep global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees by reducing their GHG emissions in house and throughout their supply chain and an in agriculture. Jerry will also share highlights from the conversation with farmers at the Paris Climate negotiations on the role of agriculture in climate solutions.
Please RSVP to join us for our free lunchtime presentation and discussion with downtown business leaders and the public co-sponsored by the Alliance for Sustainability, Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas and Fredrikson and Byron
As a global food company, General Mills recognizes the risks that climate change presents to humanity, our environment and our livelihoods. Mitigation projects https://www.generalmills.com/News/Issues/climate-policy
Climate Change and Agriculture – event at the Paris Climate Negotiations “From Field to Market: Leadership and Collaboration in U.S. and Global Agriculture http://blog.generalmills.com/2015/12/cop21-spotlights-climate-change-and-agriculture/
Open Letter November 2016 – General Mills and 300 major US businesses wrote an open letter to president-elect Donald Trump,calling on him to support the green economy and continued U.S. leadership for national and international climate solutions www.lowcarbonusa.org/