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A meat tax is probably inevitable – here’s how it could work

By Cameron Hepburn, Professor of Environmental Economics, University of Oxford
Franziska Funke, Associate Doctoral Researcher in Environmental Economics, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
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Rearing livestock and growing crops to feed them has destroyed more tropical forest and killed more wildlife than any other industry. Animal agriculture also produces vast quantities of greenhouse gas emissions and pollution.

The environmental consequences are so profound that the world cannot…The Conversation

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