FAIRR believes that intensive livestock production poses material risks to the global financial system and hinders sustainable development. Our mission is to build a global network of investors who are focused and engaged on the risks and opportunities linked to intensive livestock production.
Established by the Jeremy Coller Foundation, the FAIRR Initiative is a collaborative investor network that raises awareness of the material ESG risks and opportunities caused by intensive livestock production.
FAIRR helps investors to identify and prioritise these factors through cutting-edge research that investors can then integrate into their investment decision-making and active stewardship processes. FAIRR also runs collaborative investor engagements with global food companies to improve performance on selected ESG issues in intensive livestock production.
We work with investors to:
- Build a global network of investors who are focused and engaged on the risks linked to intensive livestock production. By expanding FAIRR’s global network, we give weight and breadth to FAIRR’s issues.
- Be the leading knowledge hub that educates the capital markets on the 28 identified ESG risks associated with intensive livestock production.
- Coordinate best-in-class investor engagements that result in tangible improvements to corporate practices.
- Engage investors, companies, and other stakeholders in proactive dialogues around FAIRR’s key issues.