Reprint

Dairy Sector: Opportunities and Sustainability Challenges

Edited by
December 2022
256 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3870-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3869-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Dairy Sector: Opportunities and Sustainability Challenges that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

Achieving success along the entire production and supply chain of a dairy sector depends explicitly on adopting a sustainable 'state of the art' approach. In this regard, understanding key sustainability indicators and challenges with a holistic approach is vital. Appropriate design, application of novel technologies, implementation of life cycle analysis, upgradation and optimization of the entire production line are some of the key factors to be measured. In addition, it is vital that due consideration is given to demands of the producers, consumers, and dependent industries. Nevertheless, concern for the environment, social security and economy of the region should not be ignored. Precise planning ('on-farm' and 'off-farm') assumes importance especially when circular economy strategies needs to be considered. With these as background, this book is focused towards identifying present opportunities and overcoming future sustainability challenges in the global dairy sector.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
dairy; water; review; modelling; water footprint; agriculture; feed additive; methane mitigation; enteric emissions; greenhouse gas; climate change; LCA; dairy; environmental impacts; intensification; technical efficiency; four-component model; endogeneity; input distance function; meta-frontier; stochastic frontier analysis; dairy processing industry; European Union; proanthocyanidins; condensed tannins; secondary plant metabolites; methane; ruminants; climate change; farm; organization; governance; adoption; agroecology; practices; regulation; Brazil; ammonia emissions; dairy cow; flushing; freestall barn; scraping; heat pump; dairy farming; water heater; ASHP; ASHPWH; usable water; emissions; sustainability; farm type; sustainable management; small-/medium-scale animal farms; food science; customer experience design; food well-being; food psychology; sustainability; hedonia; eudaimonia; meaningful consumption; artisan products; local food; profit cows; economic sustainability; knowledge transfer; production disease; production disease economics; emission factor; enteric fermentation; greenhouse gas; gross energy; milking cows; dairy industry; supply chain management; safety failure factors; interpretive structural modeling; MICMAC analysis; n/a; LCA; climate change; agro-livestock sector; GHG emissions; dairy farming