Livestock in Ethiopia. Ollivier Girard, CIFOR

How to transform diets? Lower the price of protein and listen to the kids

Leading food scientist Bruce Campbell gives his views on eating meat in the age of climate change

As a South African and a father, Bruce Campbell, who heads the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food security, is well acquainted with the question of whether or not to eat meat. On the one hand, it’s part of his culture; on the other, it affects the future of his children and the world in which they’ll live. At the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Madrid (COP 25), he discussed his views on this of-the-moment issue.



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