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Our tree-planting obsession may do more harm than good

7 December 2019

9:00 AM

7 December 2019

9:00 AM

‘Four beef burgers is the same as flying to New York and back! FOUR BURGERS!’ When I arrived at the Extinction Rebellion demo, the first person I met was a woman activist, clad from head to foot in ocean-polluting, synthetic fibres, talking absolute nonsense.

And because I’m a beef farmer, I felt I should set her straight.

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