Meat consumption threatens international climate commitments

Meat consumption threatens international climate commitments

Rising demand from emerging markets puts pressure on South American forests, emissions targets

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Diálogo Chino @DialogoChinoEl crecimiento del consumo de carne a nivel global amenaza los compromisos climáticos por sus altas emisiones. Nota de @ferminkoop desde la #COP24 en Katowice, Polonia, curiosamente organizada con un menú mayormente a base de carne para los participantes: https://t.co/ulAvAZGFRT https://t.co/XupGgIpKES 1 2
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Diálogo Chino @DialogoChinoLivestock are responsible for 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions - but little progress has been made in changing how the world eats. @ferminkoop reports from #COP24: https://t.co/1ta1EwNZlx https://t.co/I1tLccEXbe 2 1
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