Reducing Meat Consumption = Taking Cars off the Road?

The Lempert Report
August 31, 2023

Coming from Oxford University, we're looking at a study here that surveyed 55,000 people on their meat eating or non-meat eating behaviors, and what they found is that someone with a high meat diet accounted for about 22.58 pounds worth of carbon dioxide production per day. The low meat diet they account for 11.84 pounds worth and a vegan would account for 5.45 pounds on average. So there is a huge amount of our carbon dioxide production that is coming from our meat consumption and this is something that I think we need to realize that a vast majority of scientists agree on. NASA says that the majority of scientists, 97%, agree that humans are causing global warming and climate change.

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