Less land, less water, less energy inputs what's not to like about raising insects for protein vs. meat?
In the Forbes magazine's 2016 article "Farming the Next Big Food Source - Crickets". the case is made for switching from traditional land grazing farms to more compact ones that raise insects. It's easier to keep crickets and raise them than beef cattle, they product less methane, use less water, and require less electricity or fossil fuels to maintain the health of them.
Is this proposal for a practice or a project?
What actions do you propose?
Who will take these actions?
Where will these actions be taken?
As small farms are disappearing in the wake of agriculture industry consolidation we must take action. Small farms around the world are on the front lines of both impacting and reducing climate change events.
In addition, specify the country or countries where these actions will be taken.
No country selected
What impact will these actions have on greenhouse gas emissions and/or adapting to climate change?
Substantial reduction in greenhouse gas emission will occur.