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What we eat matters: to change climate crisis, we need to reshape the food system | Jess Fanzo and Mario Herrero8 Oct 10:34am

What we eat matters: to change climate crisis, we need to reshape the food system | Jess Fanzo and Mario Herrero

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Everything we eat has an effect on global heating, but perhaps the biggest problem is livestock The world came together last week for the UN general assembly, and climate crisis was high on the agenda. Many of the discussions focused on changing the energy and transport sectors to mitigate potential catastrophe. Climate activist Greta Thunberg traveled to New York on an emissions-free yacht to deliver her speech at the UN climate summit. The point of her journey was to raise awareness that transatlantic flights generate significant greenhouse gases. That message is getting across: people are putting limits on the number of flights they take each year to conferences, workshops and holidays. What was not high on the agenda was the impact food systems have on greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental degradation. A
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