Greenpeace takes action in Utrecht: ‘Make Rabobank pay for the nitrogen crisis’

Greenpeace takes action in Utrecht Make Rabobank pay for the

According to Greenpeace, Rabobank should be held responsible for the social costs incurred as a result of investments in intensive livestock farming. “Not only does the sector cause damage to nature, but water and air quality, the climate and animal welfare are also under pressure. This alone costs society about 5.5 billion euros a year. The economic damage of the nitrogen crisis is increased to 28 billion euros. In addition, there is now 24.3 billion euros in tax money for the nitrogen fund. An amount of which the provinces have already indicated that this amount is not yet sufficient to finance an effective nitrogen approach.”