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Asia will not get to net-zero without changing its diet

Capping emissions requires shift to cultivated and plant-based meat

| Southeast Asia
Chicken rice made with plant-based meat: Alternative proteins will need to account for more than half of all protein production in Asia by 2060 to achieve the 1.5 C goal. (Courtesy of Love Handle)

Ryan Huling is senior communications manager at the Good Food Institute Asia Pacific, a Singapore-based think tank focused on alternative proteins.

To achieve the Paris Agreement's goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 C, every country has a role to play. Hitting the pact's ambitious target will require that nations collaboratively scale up a complex constellation of climate solutions, from renewable energy to electric vehicles.

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