Climate-friendly diet study suggests three burgers a week guideline

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Climate-friendly diet study suggests three burgers a week guideline

New Greenpeace backed report makes case for cutting average European meat consumption by over two thirds

Citizens of EU countries should aim to slash their meat consumption by more than two thirds over the next decade, according to a new analysis from Greenpeace. In an effort to limit the environmental...

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