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Conflict of Interest Disclosure: D. Rose has received research funding from the Wellcome Trust and the Center for Biological Diversity. M. C. Heller has received research funding from the Wellcome Trust, the Center for Biological Diversity, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and Beyond Meat, and has been a consultant to the United Nations Environment Programme. C. A. Roberto has received research funding the Wellcome Trust and Bloomberg Philanthropies.