“Sheep and cattle production is highly vulnerable to the biophysical impacts of climate change, such as water scarcity. This factor, combined with increased costs for methane emissions, could hasten a transition toward greater production and consumption of lower-emissions forms of meat, such as chicken, fish and pork. Demand for these products is projected to remain strong.”

Professor Ross Garnaut AO
The Garnaut Climate Change Review

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