1. Grazed and confused? (Food Climate Research Network)
  2. Land use patterns and related carbon losses following deforestation in South America (De Sy et al.)
  3. Impacts of soil carbon sequestration on life cycle greenhouse gas emissions in Midwestern USA beef finishing systems (Paige L. Stanley et al.)
  4. Soil compaction by grazing livestock in silvopastures as evidenced by changes in soil physical properties (Steven H. Sharrow)
  5. Greenhouse gas mitigation potentials in the livestock sector (Mario Herrero et al.)
  6. Reducing food’s environmental impacts through producers and consumers (J. Poore & T. Nemecek)
  7. Do grasslands act as a perpetual sink for carbon? (Pete Smith)
  8. Holistic Management - a critical review of Allan Savory’s grazing method (Maria Nordborg)
  9. Protein futures for Western Europe: potential land use and climate impacts in 2050 (Elin Röös et al.)
  10. Nationwide shift to grass-fed beef requires larger cattle population (Matthew N Hayek & Rachael D Garrett)
  11. Grass-fed beef will not help tackle climate change, report finds (Carbon Brief)
  12. Grass-fed beef is bad for the planet and causes climate change (The New Scientist)
  13. Livestock's Long Shadow (FAO)
  14. It's time to debunk Allan Savory's literal BS (Earthling Ed)
  15. Can Responsible Grazing Make Beef Climate-Neutral? (Civil Eats)
  16. Back to Grass: The Market Potential for Grassfed Beef (Stone Barns Center)
  17. Allan Savory's Holistic Management Theory Falls Short on Science (Sierra Club)
  18. Is Grass-Fed Beef Really Better For The Planet? Here's The Science (NPR)
  19. Why eating grass-fed beef isn't going to help fight climate change (The Conversation)