Changing Climate, Changing Diets: Pathways to Lower Meat Consumption

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Human consumption of meat and dairy products is a major driver of climate change but has been largely overlooked in national and international climate change policy. Using data obtained from a twelve-country survey and from focus groups and stakeholder meetings in Brazil, China, the United States, and the United Kingdom, this report explores public understanding and awareness of the links between meat and dairy consumption and climate change. It makes recommendations as to how state and nonstate actors can develop policies that support sustainable diets at the national and international level. The report will help to inform discussion around demand-side measures to reduce the climate impact of the livestock sector, measures that are essential to meet international climate targets and realize important health, environmental and societal benefits.


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Laura Wellesley is a research associate with the Energy, Environment, and Resources department at Chatham House. She works with issues relating to food security and climate change.
Catherine Happer is a lecturer in sociology at the Glasgow University Media Group. In September 2015 she will convene a new MSc in Media, Communications, and International Journalism.
Antony Froggatt is a senior research fellow with the Energy, Environment, and Resources department at Chatham House. He studied energy and environmental policy at the University of Westminster and the Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University, and is currently an honorary research fellow at Exeter University.
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Rob Bailey is the research director of the Energy, Environment, and Resources department at Chatham House. His expertise includes food security, sustainable agriculture, biofuels, and climate change and adaptation.
Gregory Philo is professor of Communications and Social Change at the University of Glasgow, where he is also the research director of the Glasgow University Media Unit.
Rachel Shairp is a coordinator with the Energy, Environment, and Resources department at Chatham House.

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