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Are livestock always bad for the planet?

Research programme PASTRES (Pastoralism, Uncertainty and Resilience: Global Lessons from the Margins) has produced this report, which argues that debates around livestock’s climate impacts are distorted by a focus on intensive production systems in rich countries. It argues that these debates ignore the millions of people who depend on relatively low-impact forms of extensive livestock production, and makes suggestions for how to include pastoralists in debates on the future of food.

Read the full report, Are livestock always bad for the planet? Rethinking the protein transition and climate change debate, here. See also the TABLE explainer Focus: the difficult livestock issue.

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14 Oct 2021
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Are livestock always bad for the planet?
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