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November 26, 2018 - World Economic Forum

The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half

The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half
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If we all swapped beef burgers and bacon sandwiches for vegetarian alternatives most of the week, we could cut greenhouse gas emissions by more than half. 

So say the scientists behind a new study published in Nature, who predicted that in 2050, sticking to a plant-based diet, with just one portion of red meat a week, could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 56%.

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