Meat consumption and climate change: the role of non-governmental organizations

  title={Meat consumption and climate change: the role of non-governmental organizations},
  author={Linnea I Laestadius and Roni Neff and C. Barry and S. Frattaroli},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  • Linnea I Laestadius, Roni Neff, +1 author S. Frattaroli
  • Published 2013
  • Business
  • Climatic Change
  • The contribution of livestock production to climate change is now widely acknowledged. Despite this, efforts to reduce meat consumption in light of climate change have been relatively limited. One potential avenue for encouraging consumption changes is via non-governmental organizations (NGOs). This study used a qualitative approach to understand how and to what extent environmental, food-focused, and animal protection NGOs in the U.S., Canada, and Sweden have worked to reduce or alter domestic… CONTINUE READING
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