Last updated: 22 November 2023.
Stop FInancing Factory Farming is a campaign and coalition, led by 6 organisations in a Steering Committee. Those organisations are Bank Information Center, Friends of the Earth US, Global Forest Coalition, Sinergia Animal, and World Animal Protection.
Our website is www.stopfinancingfactoryfarming.com
We are a diverse global coalition working to shift public development finance away from industrial animal agriculture, to sustainable, resilient and equitable food production.
You can contact the campaign’s central coordination team at: [email protected].
We regret that we do not have a phone number you can call at this time.
Our primary financial host is Friends of the Earth, United States.
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