United Nations Strongly Encouraged to Redirect Climate Change to Animal Agriculture

on Tuesday, 14 November 2017. Posted in News

United Nations Strongly Encouraged to Redirect Climate Change to Animal Agriculture

In a recent discussion on climate change, four trillion-dollar investment group FAIRR (Farm Animal Investment Risk & Return Initiative) is encouraging the UN to focus on animal agriculture as a leading concern. In an interview with Foodnavigator, FAIRR founder Jeremy Coller said, "Too many delegates at COP23 [will] be fluent in low carbon automotive innovations from Tesla to telematics...yet still rely on cows and pigs as the outdated [resource] to supply the world's protein demand. The next state of the Paris talks mus put cos alongside cars." The UN will meet in Germany this week to create a plan for the Paris Agreement climate change policies.

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