'Peak poultry': UK's appetite for industrial chicken threatens its climate and nature goals, campaigners warn

Cecilia Keating
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'Peak poultry': UK's appetite for industrial chicken threatens its climate and nature goals, campaigners warn

Government urged to introduce ban on new intensive poultry units and take industrial chicken meat off the menu in schools and hospitals

The government has been urged to introduce an immediate ban on new intensive poultry sheds in a bid to curb deforestation and habitat loss in South America caused by soya production for UK livestock feed....

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