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Climate change challenges Brazil's beef industry

Climate change challenges Brazil's beef industry

Brazil's beef industry faces a potential 25% reduction in production by 2050 if it fails to adapt to stringent climate policies and forest conservation efforts.

Maxwell Radwin reports for Mongabay.

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What does a plant-based diet look like? Nothing like tech companies would have you believe

In her new book 'No Meat Required,' Alicia Kennedy advocates for rethinking everything about how we eat—and what we should replace it with.
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Cowboys and vegetarians: Why American rightwingers see beef as a birthright

Meat and masculinity have been bound together in the US for centuries – and that’s no accident.

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As the climate crisis escalates, here are 18 food and ag solutions

Climate change is here, and the news is dire. We share our recent stories of the many food system innovators finding ways to mitigate damage, increase resilience, and adapt to our ever-changing realities.
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Inside big beef’s climate messaging machine: confuse, defend and downplay

A Masters of Beef Advocacy program teaches ‘scientific sounding’ arguments on cattle’s sustainability in an all-out public relations war
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Why New York’s (mostly) vegan mayor wants to cut the city’s meat budget

The city estimates that its food purchases produce as much carbon as the exhaust from 70,000 gas-fueled cars.
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Extreme drought could hurt future beef supply in U.S. and Canada, experts warn

Experts say an uptick in drought and other extreme weather events has beef farmers in the U.S. and Canada thinning their herds in near-record numbers, which could lead to supply problems in the beef industry over the longer term.