Eating Sustainably Without Losing Meat And Dairy

Eating sustainably doesn’t mean you can’t still eat meat and dairy products. However, it could mean reducing greenhouse gas by over 35% and reducing biodiversity loss by up to 20%.

The World Wildlife Fund is developing a diet that would be kinder to the planet at no extra cost and without going vegan. Around 30% of greenhouse gas comes from food production and over reliance on intensive farming practices take a heavy toll on soil and biodiversity.

Eating more lower-footprint seafood like mussels and sardines, more beans and pulses, more fruits and vegetables, and less meat, eggs and dairy will help make this a healthier planet. This would also help lessen the amount of diet-related illness and obesity.

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