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Fighting for change
Good people fighting for truth and the future of livestock farming
“50 Shades of Green is a group of volunteers concerned about the future of New Zealand and New Zealand’s food and natural fibre security.“
“We are asking the government to stop the blanket planting of good farmland immediately. We are not against planting trees, nor against forestry. We do believe in the right tree, in the right place, for the right purpose.”
“Land management—for food, farming, fashion, forestry and amenity—is central to human success. But a prevailing narrative that pitches farmers and other investors in land as the enemy is stifling goodwill and innovation. We need to move past it.”
“The ALEPH2020 initiative (Animal source foods and Livestock: Ethics, Planet, and Human health) was launched at the end of 2020 by a broad international and interdisciplinary consortium of 40+ scientific experts.”
This website discusses the controversies related to the production and consumption of animal source foods, addressing the topics of ethics (animal health), sustainability (planetary health), and nutrition (human health).
The CO2 Coalition “seeks to engage in an informed and dispassionate discussion of climate change, humans’ role in the climate system, the limitations of climate models, and the consequences of mandated reductions in CO2 emissions.”
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“FARM was started by a group of farmers, scientists and interested rural persons concerned about the way Ruminant Methane was being misrepresented. The group wanted to challenge and correct many of the claims that are being made about Ruminant Methane especially as the Government moves to tax these emissions.”
“Farm Action leads the fight against monopolistic corporate control over our food and farming system. We are joined in our movement by farmers, ranchers, rural communities, workers, policymakers, advocates, and anyone who eats.”
Groundswell NZ is a grassroots volunteer-driven advocacy group seeking a halt to, and rewrite of, unworkable regulations which unfairly impact farmers and rural communities.
Protect the Harvest was created to defend and preserve American freedoms and to support farmers, ranchers, outdoor enthusiasts, and animal owners.
The Rural Advocacy Network is focused on advocating for farmers and rural communities.
“We want to see regulatory approaches that work collaboratively with the people who have their hands in soil, to achieve the best outcomes for New Zealand for generations to come.”
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