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The European Commission's Farm to Fork strategy pledges to reduce the environmental and climate impact of animal production. However, no concrete actions are suggested to tackle the root causes of the problem.
How are climate and health crises driven by factory farms?
12 October 2020
Less and better animal farming is crucial in the fight against climate breakdown, but it is also essential in preventing new pandemics.
Animal farming in EU worse for climate than all cars
28 September 2020
While the French government continues to fund the livestock industry, researchers have shown that switching to plant foods can spare 25 years of fossil emissions.
Changing diet to tackle global warming
21 September 2020
Since 2006, Indians have witnessed a major shift in the national diet: from vegetarian to one that contains more meat. But as diets continue to change, so will the climate.
In veg-friendly India, meat consumption is on the rise
7 September 2020
If you care about the working poor, about racial justice, and about climate change, you have to stop eating animals.
The end of meat is here
25 May 2020
Resistant bacteria in aquacultures can spread genes to non-resistant bacteria that infect humans causing diseases that are difficult to treat, researchers say.
Climate change driving up aquaculture's contribution to antimicrobial resistance
18 May 2020
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
Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and six other countries urged the European Union to adopt a “green” recovery plan on Thursday, as fears grow that the economic hit caused by the coronavirus pandemic could weaken action on climate change.
Ten EU countries urge bloc to pursue 'green' coronavirus recovery
14 April 2020
Chicken is the most popular meat in the UK and its consumption is growing. A report shows the true costs of production on this scale.
Chicken consumption and the hidden consequences for animal welfare, our environment and public health
16 March 2020
Most of the CAP measures analysed in this report do not have climate action as their intended purpose but may have it as a secondary purpose.
CAP fails to adequately address emissions from agriculture, study shows
11 February 2020
A Singaporean technology could curb both slavery and environmental destruction.
How artificial shrimps could change the world
10 February 2020
Book your seat for the event ‘Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe’, with Jane Goodall.
"Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe" event with Jane Goodall
7 February 2020
Eurogroup for Animals
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