A coalition of investors is calling on McDonald’s, KFC, and other fast food suppliers to take swift action on climate change.
The group, with around $6.5 trillion under management, want the chains to cut carbon and water risks in their dairy and meat suppliers.
Animal agriculture, they argue, is one of the highest emitting sectors without a low CO2 plan.
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