Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy
Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy

How giving up beef can save millions of lives and cut greenhouse gas emissions

  • A World Economic Forum report says replacing beef could avoid 2.4 per cent of global deaths
  • As the world population increases it is becoming impossible to sustain the demand for beef

Topic |   Environment
Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy
Beef production alone accounts for a quarter of all food-related greenhouse gas emissions according to a 2010 study. Photo: Alamy
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