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Default Put Down the Burger to Stop Climate Change, UN Argues

Put Down the Burger to Stop Climate Change, UN Argues

By Bridget Johnson
PJ Media, pjmedia.com
November 9, 2018

People need to cut back on burgers because they're
contributing to climate change, the United Nations said
this week.

The United Nations Environment Program said research shows
that Americans eat about three burgers a week, and if one
of those was swapped for "a plant-based alternative burger
for one year, it would be like taking the greenhouse gases
from 12*million cars off the road for a year."

The*World Economic Forum blames the beef and dairy
industries for churning out more greenhouse gas emissions
than oil companies or some countries like Germany. . . .

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https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politic...nge-un-argues/

Jai Maharaj, Jyotishi
Om Shanti
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