Eat less meat, dairy to slow climate change, study says

Reuters: Meat and dairy consumption are rising rapidly across the developing world, and consumers are unaware that their appetite for animal products contributes as much to climate change as exhaust emissions from the transport sector, a new survey shows. Climate-changing emissions from livestock are estimated to account for 14.5 percent of the global total, according to Chatham House, a UK-based thinktank. A survey of 12,000 people in 12 countries released by Chatham House late on Tuesday showed that......

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