Cutting meat consumption to prevent climate change
A study by the Woods Hole Research Centre in Massachusetts, USA, says that the developed world must cut its meat consumption by 50% to prevent the cataclysmic effects of climate change.
“I think there are huge challenges in convincing people in the West to reduce portion sizes or the frequency of eating meat“, said director of the centre, Eric Davidson.
“That is part of our culture right now.”
Somewhat relating to this news, a video made by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment, stylishly delivers a harrowing global agricultural outlook and questions how we will feed a growing population.
“Failure is not an option“, it concludes.
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