“Ethical Markets thanks WRI for this focus on livestock and CO2 emissions. For more, see our Green Transition Scoreboard report “CAPTURING CO2 WHILE IMPROVING HUMAN NUTRITION & HEALTH: 2018, free download at www.ethicalmarkets.com.
Dr. Hazel Henderson, Editor”
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Beef comprise a significant portion of agricultural emissions. Flickr/uacescomm
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