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World Bank suggests reprioritizing agricultural subsidies to combat climate change

World Bank suggests reprioritizing agricultural subsidies to combat climate change

The World Bank proposes shifting subsidies from high-emission foods like red meat and dairy to more sustainable options such as poultry and vegetables, aiming to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.

Federica Di Sario reports for POLITICO.

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Meat industry views Cop28 outcomes with optimism

Meat industry views Cop28 outcomes with optimism

In a recent summit, meat industry leaders found reasons to be hopeful about their future, despite environmental concerns.

Rachel Sherrington reports for The Guardian.

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EU's farming funding heavily favors animal agriculture, study finds

EU's farming funding heavily favors animal agriculture, study finds

A recent study reveals the European Union's agricultural subsidies disproportionately favor animal farming over plant cultivation, posing environmental challenges.

Ajit Niranjan reports for The Guardian.

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Rethinking meat's role in climate and health strategies

Rethinking meat's role in climate and health strategies

Experts call out the United Nations' climate plan for ignoring meat consumption's impact.

Damian Carrington reports for The Guardian.

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Debate heats up over lab-grown meat

Several U.S. states, led by Republican lawmakers, are pushing to ban the sale and production of lab-grown meat, citing concerns over competition and naturalness.

Kenny Torrella reports for Vox.

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In carbon terms, grass-fed beef is not the greenest choice

When researchers factored in land use, they found pasture-finished beef was significantly more carbon-intensive than the grain-finished alternative.
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