The FAIRR Initiative 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.

On this page, you can find more information on our:

  • Climate Risk Tool
  • Reports
  • Protein Producer Index
  • Case Studies

The Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index

This latest iteration of the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index is the world's only assessment of the largest 60 meat, dairy and farmed fish producers on material ESG risks.

28 /60

companies now have exposure to alternative proteins, compared to a quarter in 2019.

82 %

of companies that produce meat and dairy do not provide any disclosure on how they address water scarcity risks in feed farming.

58 %

of companies are yet to set Scope 1 and 2 targets.


Our research helps the capital markets understand the material ESG issues linked to livestock production and aquaculture, and assesses new investment opportunities where they arise.

2022-02-14 Industry Reinfected

This new policy working paper summarises some of the key policy trends related to the prevention of emerging disease risks.

16th Feb 2022 | Stephanie Haszczyn

2021-12-03 Executive Summary – Index

This report is the fourth edition of the Coller FAIRR Protein Producer Index, which assesses 60 of the largest global meat, dairy and aquaculture…

9th Dec 2021 | Anna de Winton

The Coller FAIRR Climate Risk Tool 2.0

The Coller FAIRR Climate Risk Tool is the first of its kind, enabling investors to assess the potential downside risks and upside opportunities of 40 of the world's largest animal protein producers in a 2-degree global warming scenario

Only 5 %

of leading meat companies have undertaken climate scenario analysis

Case Studies

Find out how leading global investors are factoring intensive farming issues into their investment processes.

Case Study

ACTIAM is a responsible fund and asset manager based in the Netherlands, with €52 billion in assets under management. They were one of the…

1st May 2019 | katezabolonskaya