"All the problems we face can be dealt with using existing technologies. And almost everything we need to do to move the world economy back onto an environmentally sustainable path has already been done in one or more countries." –Lester R. Brown, Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization
EPI's Director of Research Janet Larsen was interviewed for a Forbes article entitled "How Increased Meat Consumption In China Changes Landscapes Across The Globe." “Dramatic meat consumption in China is responsible for reshaping landscapes in the western hemisphere,” said Larsen. It is also affecting the health and well being of communities across the globe in ways we have not thought of before. Get the full article here.