In Spite of Environmental Concerns, Europe Continues to Buy Brazilian Beef
A new report reveals the major European supermarkets that are potentially fueling illegal deforestation when they support the Brazilian cattle industry.
Beef Eaters Contribute Almost Half of the U.S.'s Diet-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions
This study is one of the few to break down the environmental impacts of individual self-selected diets.
Accelerating Beef Production Is Not a Solution to Growing Deforestation in the Amazon
Increasing beef productivity and engaging directly with the supply chain may be a flawed approach when seeking positive conservation outcomes.
Spotlight on Women and the Environment: Wendy Millet
A series of discussions with attendees and speakers at our conference this week.
The Fescue Conundrum: Think Grass-Fed Beef Is Natural? It's Time to Think Again
It may be better than the alternative, but it’s entirely disingenuous for producers and consumers to justify eating grass-fed beef on the essentialist grounds that it was “meant to be” that way.