Rich nations could see ‘double climate dividend’ by switching to plant-based foods (Carbon Brief) — Uma (in)certa antropologia — Barbara Crane Navarro

carbonbrief.org Ayesha Tandon 10.01.2022 | 4:00pm Adopting a more plant-based diet could give rich countries a “double climate dividend” of lower emissions and more land for capturing carbon, a new study says. Animal-based foods have higher carbon and land footprints than their plant-based alternatives, and are most commonly consumed in high-income countries. The study, published […] […]

Rich nations could see ‘double climate dividend’ by switching to plant-based foods (Carbon Brief) — Uma (in)certa antropologia — Barbara Crane Navarro

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