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Lab-grown pet food gains approval in the UK

Lab-grown pet food gains approval in the UK

Britain has authorized the sale of lab-grown meat for pet food, marking a pioneering step in Europe.

Amelia Nierenberg reports for The New York Times.

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University research supports meat industry's image

University research supports meat industry's image

University researchers are helping meat producers improve their public image through funded research.

Grace van Deelen reports for Vox.

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Federal funds for methane-cutting digesters in farms could end up boosting methane emissions

Federal funds for methane-cutting digesters in farms could end up boosting methane emissions

The U.S. is investing millions in anaerobic digesters to cut methane emissions from cattle, but critics argue this may boost industrial-scale farming and methane production.

Marin Scotten reports for Floodlight.

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Denmark plans world's first emissions tax on livestock

Denmark plans world's first emissions tax on livestock

Denmark will introduce the world's first emissions tax on livestock, aiming to cut greenhouse gases from cows, pigs, and sheep starting in 2030.

Andrew Jeong reports for The Washington Post.

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Academics' climate impact studies influenced by meat and dairy funding

Academics' climate impact studies influenced by meat and dairy funding

A new report highlights the influence of the meat and dairy industries on academic research regarding livestock's climate impact.

Anna Phillips reports for The Washington Post.

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As climate change threatens Africa’s food supply, farmers innovate

Scientists, government officials and farmers are reviving neglected crops and boosting agricultural productivity in a race to cushion Africa from growing food shortages exacerbated by climate change.

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Abattoirs overwhelmed as farmers offload livestock before big dry begins

Wait times for farmers seeking to offload livestock to feedlots and abattoirs are increasing from weeks to months in some areas, putting further strain on producers facing a grim summer outlook.

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