Eating less meat may slow climate change

September 13, 2007 at 9:47 am Leave a comment

The British medical journal, the Lancet, is reporting the results of a study that shows lifestock production is a significant cause of global warming. They recommend reducing meat consumption to slow the production of green house gasses released from the lifestock. They also rightly point out that lowering meat consumption will result in lower levels of heart diesase and certain cancers. Visit here to check out the article

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