Study: Fix to food climate problem doesn’t require veganism

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Study: Fix to food climate problem doesn’t require veganism

Cattle graze in a pasture against a backdrop of wind turbines near Vesper, Kan. A study published on Thursday in the journal Science, says how we grow, eat and waste food is a big climate change problem that may keep the world from reaching its temperature-limiting goals.
Volunteers put together food trays at Three Square, a food bank in Las Vegas. In 2016, MGM began donating fully cooked but never-served meals from conventions and other large events to Three Square, southern Nevada’s only food bank.
An irrigation system at a farm in Farmville, N.C., is used to spray hog waste onto nearby crops instead of using commercial fertilizers.

Study: Fix to food climate problem doesn’t require veganism

Cattle graze in a pasture against a backdrop of wind turbines near Vesper, Kan. A study published on Thursday in the journal Science, says how we grow, eat and waste food is a big climate change problem that may keep the world from reaching its temperature-limiting goals.
Volunteers put together food trays at Three Square, a food bank in Las Vegas. In 2016, MGM began donating fully cooked but never-served meals from conventions and other large events to Three Square, southern Nevada’s only food bank.
An irrigation system at a farm in Farmville, N.C., is used to spray hog waste onto nearby crops instead of using commercial fertilizers.
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