More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock . More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock .
More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock .
Ryan Huling
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Ryan Huling

To avert a climate crisis, governments need to reinvent meat

  • Global greenhouse gas emissions by the livestock sector alone exceed emissions by all cars, trains, ships and planes in the world combined
  • Public funds should be used to further the research needed to make plant-based and cultivated meat products more affordable and accessible

More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock . More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock .
More people are turning to plant-based meat options in an effort to help the environment. Photo: Shutterstock .
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Ryan Huling

Ryan Huling

Ryan Huling is the head of communications and programmes for The Good Food Institute Asia Pacific. He previously served as an international expert on nutrition and sustainable food systems for the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.