Add as favoriteEnvironmental radicals, rich influencers, and government officials have suggested that we must stop eating beef to save the environment. But others think well-raised cattle can be part of a sustainable solution to feeding humanity.
Rancher and columnist Nicolette Hahn Niman explains how inaccurate reports have continued the myth that cow are responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than cars and industry, which is clearly not the case. We discuss her image of how responsibly promoted cattle can benefit the environment, our food system, and our health.
Like many complex topics, the interaction of animal agriculture and our environment requisitions in-depth discussion. This depth nose-dive raises us closer to understanding how cows heightened on grass can help build soil, sequester carbon, and proselytize solar energy into high-quality protein.
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00:00 Introduction 02:26 Welcome, Nicolette Hahn Niman 04:39 Nicolette’s change on her environmental passage 09:31 A paradigm alteration about animal agriculture 16:34 Tackling the claim made by two environmental groups 22:53 The environmental contribution from the clothing industry 28:28 How to obligate the bioavailability of the large-scale transition 35:59 Policy reform: the future of regenerative agriculture 41:05 A hope for progress in the Us government 44:07 About the “clean” flesh substitute 51:37 The “moonshots” to preserve flesh make 55:46 About Nicolette’s book” Defending Beef”
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