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A global network of investors addressing ESG issues in protein supply chains.

About FAIRR

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 animal 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.

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Research

FAIRR publishes a wide range of research, analysis, benchmarking tools and best practice materials to help investors understand and manage the risks and opportunities associated with intensive animal agriculture.

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Report

The next decade looks set to be the most disruptive the animal protein industry has ever seen. To safeguard returns, investors will need to assess…

3rd Sep 2019 | faaziadam

Join FAIRR

Becoming an investor member of FAIRR puts you at the heart of a global network of investors seeking to understand and manage issues linked to protein supply chains.

Why join?

  • Access to new research and analysis on the ESG risks and opportunities in protein supply chains.
  • Regular updates, presentations, newsletters and private events.
  • The opportunity to join collaborative engagements with relevant companies.
  • Access to best practice tools, networking and knowledge sharing with the FAIRR investor network.
  • Showing a public commitment to considering ESG issues in food and agriculture as part of the investment process.
Aegon-Asset-Management

"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

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