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July 2016 Issue

The Carbon Footprint Diet

Following recommended global dietary advice could help prevent over five million deaths per year, according to British researchers, but it would only cut carbon emissions by 29 percent. This may not be enough. The scientists found that if the world switched to vegetarian-style diets, we could cut greenhouse gas emissions by 63 percent, as well as reduce deaths by 7.3 million.

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