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November 14, 2022 Program How the Meat Industry Undermines Effective Climate Policy

Borrowing a page from the fossil fuel industry’s playbook, meat’s “merchants of doubt” are funding questionable research and lobbying to keep meat reduction off the table, says Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz in his latest for The New Republic co-authored with Spencer Roberts.

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October 18, 2022 Program Comment: Cultured meat needs a race to mission not a race to market

The burgeoning field of cultured meat is racing to achieve the minimal standards required for market access. Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz and co-authors at New Harvest argue that the focus must shift to a higher, mission-based standard based on transparency and collective processes.

October 14, 2022 Program Cattle industry sees red over Google flagging beef emissions

“I see no reason why people shouldn’t have access to quick comparative information on the impact of the foods they’re using," says Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz in response to the beef industry not wanting people to see its emissions numbers, which will soon appear in Google searches.

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October 11, 2022 Clinic, Program US Supreme Court Decides Fate of Pigs

UnchainedTV is live with expert verdict analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court’s consideration of the pork industry’s challenge to California’s Prop 12 including from the Animal Law & Policy Program's Executive Director Chris Green.