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Climate policies for food consumption: where’s the beef?: Analyzing the policy options and political feasibility for a climate neutral welfare society

Research project
Active research
Project size
7 100 000
Project owner
Centre for Collective Action Research, Department of Political Science

Short description

Food production and consumption is a key driver of climate change. Even though people are concerned with climate change, they dislike the policy intervention aimed at avoiding the problem. How can this be understood? The overall purpose of this project is thus to explore potential policy options for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions from Swedish food consumption with a focus on the political acceptability and feasibility of such measures.