Despite the postponement of the COP26 in Glasgow, it is still a critical year for climate action. With the London Climate Action Week (LCAW) upon us, we have all the more reason to focus our energies on the transition to low-carbon (‘net zero’) economies, identify key Green Finance initiatives and thereby, establish more secure and resilient protein supply chains. Inevitably, the global animal agriculture sector finds itself at the centre of this discussion.
To mark the start of LCAW, the FAIRR Initiative is delighted to be launching two of its most important pieces of climate-related research to date:
- Livestock Levy Discussion Paper
With a meat tax looking ever-more likely, the FAIRR Initiative is again looking to stimulate discussion on the various pathways to taxation in the animal agricultural sector
- Coller FAIRR Climate Risk Tool 2.0
The world’s first interactive tool for investors assesses the physical and transitional risks exhibited by the biggest multinational animal protein producers. In an enhanced version of this essential tool, we integrate new assumptions on regional carbon taxes as well as market share probabilities for sustainable protein. JOIN US to see the impacts of a 2-degree world on the largest listed meat producers in the world.