Halving meat and dairy consumption could slash farming emissions

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Adopting a 'demitarian' diet would lead to a 25-40 per cent reduction in nitrogen emissions from agriculture in Europe, report shows

Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture would be cut by 25 to 40 per cent if Europeans cut their meat and dairy consumption by half, according to a UN report. Scientists from the UN Economic Commission...

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