Less Meat, Less Climate Change

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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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