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UK Government Wants to Make Everyone Vegan (Well, Not Really)

They could turn everyone into meat eaters instead.

They could turn everyone into meat eaters instead.

There’s been a bit of brouhaha in the UK press over a “The secret plans to turn us all vegetarian”, the Agency got a bit defensive, stating “Promoting the potential benefits of a vegan diet in tackling climate change was a suggestion offered by a member of the public. The Environment Agency believes this is a matter of personal choice, but it would be wrong of us to dismiss the already very public research showing the benefits that reducing the consumption of animal protein, and therefore methane emissions from farm animals, can have on tackling emissions.” The UK Government’s offical guide to greener living does indeed state “production of meat and dairy has a much bigger effect on climate change and other environmental impacts than that of most grains, pulses and outdoor fruit and vegetables.”

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