Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, and Stephanie Feldstein, the population and sustainability director at the Center for Biological Diversity, have written an op-ed together called “Third-Degree Burn: The World Can’t Continue to Ignore Agriculture’s Role in Climate Crisis” in Medium. This op-ed is a follow up to the UN climate summit (COP25). They write, “with the world burning, food and agriculture should have been one of the main courses at the climate talks. Many of the Amazon fires were set to clear the way for cattle grazing and feed crop production. Yet this critical topic stayed a side dish at best, with little attention served in the international climate negotiations and commitments. They continue, “to rapidly reduce the emissions and habitat loss caused by our food system, we need a multi-pronged approach that reallocates priorities within agriculture, curbs the sector’s planet-warming pollution, and engages researchers, civil society organizations, educational institutions, governments and other stakeholders in solutions.” The full article can be read here.