This Wikipedia section argues about the greenhouse gas emissions related to meat production (~ 14 - 15% of of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions).
Clearly reducing greenhouse gas emissions should also take into account this cause since it is not negligible and I thought about artificial meat or some kind of meat replacement.
The private sector seems to somewhat move in this direction, but I am wondering if there is any policy to encourage meat replacement at a government level. This would probably involve shifting subsidies for classic meat production to investments in technologies to produce artificial meat.
I could only in find this article about Denmark considering red meat taxation in an effort to reduce the climate impact.
Question: Is there a government that considers investing / subsidizing artificial meat in order to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions related to meat production?