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Feedback, a US-based campaign group working to regenerate nature by transforming food systems, launched its founding report making the case that Big Livestock, like Big Oil, by its very nature belongs on the wrong side of history.
New report highlights the link between industrial animal agriculture and climate change
23 April 2020
The Guardian's monthly roundup of the biggest issues in farming and food production, with must-read reports from around the web.
Coronavirus threat to EU food supplies, America's beef capital and the 'anti-meat agenda'
25 March 2020
The decision by fast food outlet McDonald's to close all its Irish restaurants will have a massive impact on an already struggling beef sector.
McDonald's closure to have big impact on Irish beef sector
23 March 2020
The first campaign of its kind began in Israel in June 2018 and is supposed to continue until 2021.
The European Union is subsidizing a campaign to encourage Israel to consume European animals
2 March 2020
A quiet revolution is also taking place in labs, where scientists are working to cultivate meat and seafood grown from cells, with the potential to reduce demand for industrial animal agriculture even further.
Will cultured meat soon be a common sight in supermarkets across the globe?
20 February 2020
The Netherlands ships millions of live animals to the other side of the world every year.
The Netherlands is the largest animal trader in the world
17 February 2020
A report calling for a new pricing model across all Member States will be debated by MEPs on 5 February 2020 at the event "The True Price of Meat" by Compassion in World Farming.
EU urged to adopt "sustainability charge" on meat: "pricing has been kept artificially low for too long"
3 February 2020
Analyses of Brazil's beef exports show 22,700 hectares of Amazon deforestation in 2017 that may be connected to Chinese demand
China’s demand for Brazilian beef linked to Amazon deforestation risk
23 October 2019
A team of undergraduate students have developed a new technology to reduce the cost of lab-grown meat and help the industry become more sustainable.
Imperial College team helping lab-grown meat industry become more sustainable
25 September 2019
The uncertainty surrounding the Brexit renders outlook exercises even more difficult. These market forecasts relate to the EU-28 as the UK is still a member at the date of the publication.
Short-term Agri Outlook report released: data on meat and dairy production, consumption and trade
15 April 2019