Less Meat, Less Climate Change

01 Oct 08
Study Advises Reduced Consumption to Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Food Climate Research Network wants people to limit meat intake to four modest portions a week to help stop climate change. Milk should also be reduced to about one liter per week. The organization just concluded a four-year study, primarily in Britain, that found that meat and dairy account for eight percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the country.

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