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January 17, 2019

National Geographic: Eating meat has “dire” consequences for the planet, says report

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 09:00

Eating meat has “dire” consequences for the planet, says report
National Geographic

To feed a growing global population and curtail climate change, scientists say we need to radically change our food systems. Read the full story

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Scottie

3 Comments »

  1. I saw this too. Kinda’ goes along with a post I did awhile ago. And while I agree with the essence of the article, I have my doubts there will be any major changes in dietary habits until it become absolutely necessary.

    (Now if you-know-who doesn’t jump on his bandwagon and start adding comments promoting you-know-what.😁)

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    Comment by Nan — January 17, 2019 @ 11:59

    • I know what you mean. But as the article says, even if we just cut back it will help. Ron and I have cut back a bunch on meat but we simply have run out of ideas on how to go anymore meatless. We did cut bacon out entirely. At our age to completely retrain our tastes / interests in food is hard. But thank the great speckled bird of the galaxy we do not indulge in much fast food unlike the current president. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — January 17, 2019 @ 13:52

      • That’s the thing … meatless doesn’t offer a whole lot of variety/options. People (like you-know-who) seem to be able to get around this, but IMO, it requires considerable determination and persistence. ESPECIALLY at the beginning.

        I suppose you’re right, though. Every little bit helps.

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        Comment by Nan — January 17, 2019 @ 14:17


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