Tag: public health

Abstracts: Applying an environmental public health lens to the industrialisation of food animal production in ten low- and middle-income countries

BACKGROUND: Industrial food animal production (IFAP) is characterised by dense animal housing, high throughput, specialisation, vertical integration, and corporate consolidation. Research in high-income countries has documented impacts on public health, the environment, and animal welfare. IFAP is proliferating in some low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), where increased consumption of animal-source […]