Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, has written an op-ed called “Even as climate changes worsens, we’re doubling down on animal production. Big mistake.” in the NY Daily News. She discusses the recent UN climate summit in Madrid (COP25) and the policies that are being signed into law in the U.S. to increase animal agriculture production. She writes, “Thousands of participants at the [COP25] summit — young and old — are insisting that the time for fine lines and tinkering with the machine is over. We need systems to change — and a crucial area is ending our commitment of 80% of the planet’s agricultural land and almost a third of freshwater to raising farm animals and growing soy and other crops to feed them. But this will take real leadership and informed policies, not frenzied deregulation.” Click here to read the full article.