We need to talk about meat

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Trewin Restorick wonders if it is possible to make the case for less meat-intensive diets without sparking howls of outrage from meat-lovers?

Discussing any type of environmental change can be like walking barefoot on broken glass. On almost any subject the chances are you will be hit with an outburst of moral indignation from groups saying...

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