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As new data comparing meat with cars sparks yet more debate, ignore the arguments and read how you could actually cut down on meat while eating healthily, exploring new dishes and maybe even saving money.
Eating more pulses and cutting intensive pig and chicken farming by 80 per cent would cut UK demand for soy from fragile forest ecosystems, a new report has found.
Wealthy countries including the UK and US are among the top over-consumers of meat and other animal products and have most work to do in transforming their national diets.
In this excerpt from Henry Dimbleby’s new book, Ravenous, he explains how anything from visiting your children’s school canteen to writing to MPs can help create change.
Less intensive farming systems rearing slow-grown or heritage breed animals should benefit from new funding to help reverse the closures of small abattoirs.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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