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Investing in Alt Proteins Reduces Methane Emissions and Creates Jobs, Says GINA

The recently launched Global Innovation Needs Assessment (GINA) report, Food Systems Methane Innovations, highlights the vital importance of investing in sustainable protein, such as plant-based and cultivated meat, to reduce methane emissions and grow the world economy drastically.   Developed by the US public charity ClimateWorks Foundation and the Global Methane Hub, a philanthropic organization dedicated to reducing methane emissions globally, the study provides new data and projections on how the food and agriculture sectors can reduce methane emissions to limit climate change while continuing to feed the world. The problem of methane In 2022, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimated that past methane emissions from human activity account for almost a third of global warming. Methane traps more heat in the atmosphere per molecule than carbon …


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