Primary Sector

James Cameron sees a ruthless future without democracy or meat

Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 09 May 2019

By Pattrick Smellie May 9 (BusinessDesk) - Global demand for New Zealand's meat and dairy products is under threat as the world responds to climate change by eating more and more plant-based protein, Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron told the government's Just Transitions conference in New Plymouth. Now based in New Zealand and farming in the Wairarapa, the director of such blockbuster movies as Titanic and Avatar painted an even bleaker picture for the world if it fails to deal with climate change, which could see hundreds of millions of...

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