London Uni Campus Beef Ban

ISCO

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North East
We need more information like this which I believe sums things up accurately and is the way meat production will need to go to survive.
 

ISCO

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Location
North East
GMB reported this today and said NFU had said that this was a too simplistic reaction and the bigger picture of grazing and locally produced should be considered and carbon captured in grassland or words to that effect. There was not an NFU spokesperson just a quote.
 

curlietailz

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Location
Sedgefield
And make the professors and staff walk to work
Wearing woollen or hemp clothing only
Ban all plastics and man made fibres from their campuses
And only use their solar energy ie disconnect from the Grid
Only serve food grown in the UK..... raw obviously as the heat source for cooking requires carbon release
Convert all their toilets to compost toilets and use dock leaves instead of toilet paper
Harvest rainwater to use on campus
Etc etc
 

Fromebridge

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Location
Glos
Let them carry on, they are saving the planet with this single measure, no-one else need worry about climate change anymore and beef can be sold everywhere else.
 

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AGCO confirms €40m Massey Ferguson site expansion in Beauvais

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Written by Agriland Team

AGCO – the company behind the Massey Ferguson, Fendt, Valtra and Challenger agricultural machinery brands – has confirmed a further expansion of its Massey Ferguson manufacturing site in Beauvais, France.

The news was revealed yesterday, Monday, January 20, by Martin Richenhagen, chairman, president and CEO of AGCO at the Choose France summit, led by French President...
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