The COVID-19 pandemic presents a real-time case study, highlighting the vulnerability of animal production systems and their capacity to handle external shocks. This pandemic also serves as a warning of the role that intensive animal production systems can play in increasing zoonotic disease risk.
This webinar recording discusses:
- The role that intensive animal agriculture plays in increasing zoonotic disease risk.
- The vulnerability of the sector to global shocks.
- What investors and companies can do to mitigate these risks.
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|Jeremy Coller, Chief Investment Officer, Coller Capital, & Founder, FAIRR Initiative|
|14:10||FAIRR Research: An Industry Infected – Key Take-Aways|
|Elliot Teperman, ESG Analyst, FAIRR Initiative|
|14:20||Biosecurity – The Critical Component|
|Lance Price, Director, Antibiotic Resistance Action Center|
Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
|14:30||Evaluating the link between animal agriculture and the current pandemic|
|How can the investment community ensure sufficient biosecurity measures are in place to prevent the next crisis?|
|Maria Lettini, Executive Director, FAIRR Initiative|