Can we ever convince people to eat less meat?

Madeleine Cuff
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Can we ever convince people to eat less meat?

BusinessGreen explores some of the best strategies for persuading people to switch to less carbon intensive diets

Choosing what to eat is a highly personal decision. But at the same time, what we choose to put on our plates has a global impact. Meat production produces 15 per cent of all greenhouse gases, and its...

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