Policymakers and business urged to push plant-based products

Cows grazing, methane emissions
Madre Brava estimates that substituting 30% of beef, pork and chicken with whole foods and plant-based alternatives in countries with high levels of meat consumption could create net savings of 728mn tCO2e/year (Photo: Mark Baker/AP Photo)

New research sets out the climate and nature wins of replacing meat with whole foods and plant-based proteins, and calls on governments and food retailers to make these alternatives more available and affordable for consumers

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