Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Our taste for meat is endangering the planet

Beef production accounts for 25% of food-related greenhouse gas emissions. Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossigno

Lisa Sweet

Head of Future of Protein, COVID Response, and Food-Health, World Economic Forum

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