READ PREVIOUS MEDIA COVERAGE ABOUT THIS RESEARCH PROJECT
“Finding the future of protein” (by Sarah Crookall, The Fulcrum, November 4th, 2018)
“L’avenir des protéines” (radio interview with Julie Laplante, 94.5 unique FM, October 29th, 2019)
“Livestock emissions aren’t about to destroy the world, researcher says” (by Jake Edmiston, The National Post, May 25th, 2018)
“Loblaws launches cricket flour in sustainability effort” (by Eric Davison, The Fulcrum, March 26th, 2018)
“What would it take to make meat-eating environmentally friendly?” (media release from The Canadian Federation of the Humanities and Social Sciences)
“Cómo cambiaría la economía si todos nos volviéramos vegetarianos” (BBC Mundo September 23, 2019).
And a similar theme, but tackled from the other side, by Lynne Curry: “The ‘Eat Less Meat’ Movement is Growing. Does it Distort the Science?” (The New Food Economy September 5th, 2019).
“Fight climate change by eating meat, Ottawa farmers say,” (CBC News by Laura Osman, Jennifer Chevalier, August 15th, 2019).
RELATED WORKS BY THE RESEARCH TEAM
[Forthcoming] Green Meat? Sustaining Eaters, Animals, and the Planet (co-edited book with Dr. Sarah Martin, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019).
“The Future of Sustainable Protein is… Complicated” (uOttawa Gazette, October 23rd, 2018).
“Climate Change, Livestock Production & More” (interview by Adam Vasallo, ProfTalks Podcast)
“Meat” The International Political Economy of Everyday Life (co-authored with Dr. Sarah J. Martin).
“Beware the glitz of neo-industrial agriculture” (Policy Options, March 4th, 2017)
“Tax Carbon, not Meat, to Tackle Agricultural Emissions,” (Policy Options, January 25th, 2017)
“Don’t give up meat if you want to save the planet, eat less and better” (Rabble, July 11th, 2016)