A series of new reports shows how climate change is intertwined with the world’s worsening health, and suggests changes in the global food production system.
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Global investors representing more than USD $6.5 trillion today called on six of the largest companies in the USD $570 billion global fast-food sector to act urgently on the climate and water risks in their supply chains.
To stabilize climate and get people healthy, the world needs to overhaul its diet and agriculture systems, the EAT-Lancet commission says. That includes less meat.