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Viewpoint: Animal agriculture offers potentially ‘game-changing solutions’ to climate change

Viewpoint: Animal agriculture offers potentially ‘game-changing solutions’ to climate change

Washington Examiner | 
Cows are often assigned disproportionate climate change blame, but recent weeks in Washington bring hope that political leaders may begin ...
Viewpoint: Giving up hamburgers won’t stop climate change

Viewpoint: Giving up hamburgers won’t stop climate change

University of California Davis | 
Climate change is the biggest challenge of our lifetime, which we must address with urgency, but swapping out a hamburger ...
cows methane

Viewpoint: Animal agriculture is growing more sustainable, so don’t blame it for climate change

San Francisco Chronicle | 
Simply put, U.S. cattle aren’t the major driver of climate change. So Americans can feel good about whatever kind of ...
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Video: Burger King’s lemon-grass fed eco-Whopper not backed by evidence, animal scientist says

AgWeb | 
On [July 14], Burger King launched promotions for its new “eco-friendly” Whopper, burgers made from cattle that have been fed ...
cattle

Viewpoint: We should stop blaming cows for climate change

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The claim that meat production generates more greenhouse gases than the entire transportation sector is demonstrably false, says Frank Mitloehner ...
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