There is no version of climate and ecological justice that involves factory farming.
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Who profits from the US meat processing sectors bumper pay-outs?
We’re sharing the world’s largest dataset of who funds factory farming.
New evidence exposes links between Brazilian meat company JBS and ongoing deforestation in the Amazon.
There's a meaty omission from an industry commitment to reduce meat waste.
Meat and dairy are a climate issue. But from the scale of investments and lending to Big Livestock, you wouldn't know it.
Development finance institutions should neither materially, nor symbolically support environmental degradation.
The tragic impact of Big Livestock on the Planet needs to end.
The Brazilian government is dismantling environmental regulations under the cover of the Covid19 crisis.
The EU's role in a food system that meets climate ambitions.
Feedback launches our report making the case that Big Livestock, like Big Oil, by its very nature belongs on the wrong side of history.
To eat meat or not to eat meat, is that the right question?
Divestment campaigning is more than the process of divesting alone.
Lab-grown foods - the future of farming? Daniel Jones is concerned about the triumph of industrial, corporate agriculture in another guise.
Overall 75% of global soy production ends up in animal feed.
Industrialised animal agriculture has much in common with Big Oil and its catastrophic climate impacts - and shares some solutions.
Instead, the UK must ban imports of soy for animal feed.
The Amazon is on fire. Investors share the blame. They need to become part of the solution.
Why food policy must deliver sustainable diets, shorter supply chains and (finally) prevent food waste.
Feedback's Martin Bowman outlines how Europe is getting closer to finding a safe way to safely process surplus food into feed.
The Committee on Climate Change's guidance recommends a 20% cut in beef and lamb - will that be enough to reduce emissions?
How a week of arrests, speeches and music under an unusually hot April sun gave me some hope amid climate breakdown.
The message of what we need to do to save the planet is clear, but who's been financing the earth's demise?