A teaching resource on climate change produced by meat and dairy interests, is being criticised as targeting schools with a one-sided view on farm emissions, Stuff reports. The booklet, aimed at secondary school students, focuses on the “important role of New Zealand dairy and red meat in feeding a growing global population.” The Ministry of Education says it expects teachers to “critically reflect on the suitability of any resources” but defended a school’s right to choose its own materials.
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