Future of the Environment

6 pressing questions about beef and climate change, answered

Cattle feed at a shed belonging to Kim Jin-cheon, 56, a farmer raising about 120 domestic cows, in Gapyeong, about 60 km (37 miles) east of Seoul, April 23, 2008. South Korea's decision to gradually open up to U.S. beef imports are set to hit local farmers hard, with some experts expecting around 14 percent fall this year in prices of home-grown cattle from a year earlier.  REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) - GM1E44N0XWA01

How friendly is your food? Image: REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak

Richard Waite
Associate, WRI’s Food Program.
Tim Searchinger
Senior Fellow, World Resources Report, Creating A Sustainable Food Future, World Resources Institute
Janet Ranganathan
Vice President For Science And Research, World Resources Institute
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