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Partnering for a Sustainable Supply Chain: Smithfield Foods

This case study tells the story of how Smithfield Foods, a $15-billion global food company and the world’s largest pork processor and hog producer, is tapping the power of collaboration to create a more sustainable supply chain. The focus: environmental impacts of growing hogs and the grain that feeds them. The company’s strategic partner in […]

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Datu Case Studies, ICYMI!

In a recent series of Datu Case Studies, four Midwest farmers present detailed, year-by-year budget data on their adoption of two soil health management practices: cover crops and no-till. Farmers who switch to these practices can see losses at first, but these case study farmers showed clear economic benefits. By generously sharing what they’ve learned, they are speeding up the learning curve […]

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Datu in the Media: New Methane Report

Highlighting job opportunities in the emerging industry to detect and repair leaks in natural gas facilities, national media cited our recent report prepared for EDF, “Find & Fix: Job Creation in the Emerging Methane Leak Detection and Repair Industry.” Read more… Print Coverage: Albuquerque Business First:Policies that target oil and gas methane emissions could result in job […]

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Find & Fix: New Datu Report on Mitigating Methane

Based on primary data collected from 60 leak detection and repair firms, Find and Fix documents a growing field of service firms that reduces methane emissions and creates jobs. Read more…

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Mitigating Methane, Creating Jobs

Building on our 2014 study, The Emerging U.S. Methane Mitigation Industry, this report focuses on the growing field of firms that provide Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) services to oil and gas operators. We collected primary data from 60 LDAR firms providing services in 45 states. Most are small businesses, many established within the last […]

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Happy 2017! Try this New Soil Health Research Tool…

The Soil Health Institute (SHI) today announced the release of the Soil Health Research Landscape™ tool, an online library and search engine for scientists, farmers, and others interested in soil health. Datu is pleased to have provided the custom design and web development of this tool, working closely with SHI and its partners. The Soil […]

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Building Economic Resilience for Louisiana Shrimpers

Consumer demand for shrimp has ballooned in recent years, yet Louisiana shrimpers are struggling to make a living in a profession in which their parents and grandparents thrived. One reason is price: at dockside, shrimpers can receive as little as one-fourth the price that shrimp are sold for in restaurants. How can shrimpers capture more […]

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New Datu-Soil Health Institute Project on Economic Risks & Rewards

The Soil Health Institute (SHI) and Datu Research announced a $626,000 grant from the Walton Family Foundation to quantify the economic risks and rewards of soil health management. Read more…

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New Datu Project on Resilient Cities!

New York, New Orleans, and other cities vulnerable to coastal flooding are improving their resilience via strategic nature-based solutions. Plantings, oyster reefs and other cultivated materials will be crucial to these cities’ resilience strategies. In collaboration with Netherlands-based Taedoki, Datu is pleased to analyze the provision of these natural solutions with an eye to spotting […]

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Nature-based Solutions for Resilient Cities

Facing stormwater challenges and flooding caused by extreme weather, cities increasingly see the value of “green infrastructure.” This includes natural systems and engineered systems that mimic them, such as carefully designed street plantings, restored oyster reefs, or re-constructed coastal wetlands. Datu is pleased to work with Netherlands-based Taedoki to analyze the key nature-based supply chains […]

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