About FAIRR

Established by the Jeremy Coller Foundation, the FAIRR Initiative is a collaborative investor network that raises awareness of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities caused by intensive animal production.

We help investors to identify and prioritise these factors through cutting-edge research, which investors can integrate into their decision-making and active stewardship processes.

The Network

We welcome investment firms and asset managers from all over the world.

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Research

We publish a wide range of research, analysis, benchmarking tools and best practice materials to help investors understand and manage the ESG risks and opportunities associated with intensive livestock farming.

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The COVID-19 outbreak has triggered an unprecedented health and economic crisis. As well as affecting every country in the world, this novel virus has…

27th Jul 2020 | Matthew Wells

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This Progress Report is a follow-up to the December 2017 ‘Livestock Levy’ White Paper and should be read in conjunction with that paper. Chapter…

30th Jun 2020 | Matthew Wells

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As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds globally, we are presented with a real time case study into the vulnerability of animal agriculture systems to external…

3rd Jun 2020 | kellybush

An award-winning ESG network

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"What FAIRR is doing is advocating for transparent supply chain policies within the food sector, and that is what needs to happen."

Aegon Asset Management
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"The multi-trillion dollar global food sector is probably the world’s biggest industry, yet investors do not have the tools to understand its risks."

University of California

News & Events

AMR Antibiotics
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As World Antimicrobial Awareness Week draws to a close, the FAIRR Initiative urges investors to become engaged and take action on antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

25th Nov 2020 | lisaturner