30. Meat-free investing

Believe it or not, livestock accounts for some 18% of human-produced greenhouse gas emissions – more than ships, planes, trucks and cars put together. In this podcast, your hosts Sam and Staci discuss what the implications of a change of diet could be for our planet, and investigate ways to invest ‘meat-free’.
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With climate change now firmly on the agenda of the public, companies and politicians, FundCalibre has been exploring the investment opportunities surrounding some of the issues. From the plastic pandemic to water shortages, and possible solutions such as vegetarian or vegan diets, we’ve looked at the funds, and companies, trying to stem the rising tides.

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