Eating lots of meat is bad for the environment - but we don't know enough about how consumption is changing

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Eating lots of meat is bad for the environment - but we don't know enough about how consumption is changing

Responsible for roughly a third of the UK's diet-related carbon emissions, the consumption and production of meat is a substantial contributor to climate change. A report commissioned by the government...

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