Climate Change Mastermind: Appetite for Destruction

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Gerard Bisshop, PhD

About the series

Gerard Wedderburn-Bisshop was a principal scientist with the Queensland Government, Australia. He left the government in 2010 to co-author the Beyond Zero Emissions’ Land Use Plan. The world is on fire everywhere that pasture meats agriculture. Nearly 70% of wildlife is gone. Meat is the biggest threat to Earth – protein pollution.

Reverting pasture lands back to native vegetation has been found to be the lowest cost, largest scale and most effective way to mitigate climate change.

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