Patrons buy meat from a butcher stall in Hong Kong. Each person in Hong Kong on average eats 102.7 kilograms of meat a year, said a recent study.Photo: EPA

Think before you eat for all of our sakes

By eating less meat, particularly that of the red variety, we would be reducing the risk of disease, cutting our water footprint and helping tackle climate change

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Patrons buy meat from a butcher stall in Hong Kong. Each person in Hong Kong on average eats 102.7 kilograms of meat a year, said a recent study.Photo: EPA
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