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Just How Much DOES Industry Influence Science at the University Level? Turns Out, Quite a Bit.

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Professors Viveca Morris and Jennifer Jacquet dug into how the livestock industry has co-opted certain university experts to minimize the impact of findings on climate change related to industrialized animal agriculture. Their findings have been published in a new paper detailing just how successful meat companies have been in skewing perceptions of climage change, altering emission targets, and making sure the industry remains the unregulated monster it is. Prepare to be outraged.

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Just How Much DOES Industry Influence Science at the University Level? Turns Out, Quite a Bit.

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