Wellesley, L., Happer, C., & Froggatt, A. (2015). Chatham House Report: Changing Climate, Changing Diets: Pathways to Lower Meat Consumption.
A groundbreaking multi-country study that outlines dietary change as necessary for achieving global climate change targets. An excellent summary of the issues related to livestock and environmental impact, this comprehensive research paper covers the related topics, including food consumption, emissions, and climate targets. Notably, it also provides examples and pathways for policy actions. See also an earlier report by Chatham House, “Livestock – Climate Change’s Forgotten Sector: Global Public Opinion on Meat and Dairy Consumption”