Would you stop eating meat to stop climate change? | The Tylt
If cows were their own nation, they would be the third largest producers of greenhouse gases—following China and the United States. Numerous studies have found reducing how much meat we consumed would have a significant impact on slowing or stopping climate change. But people, especially Americans, are really attached to meat. Would you give up meat? Vote below! 🍖
Would you stop eating meat to stop climate change?
Meat production isn't the largest source of greenhouse gases, but it is something the average person has power over. Most people can't force coal plants to stop, or prevent pipelines from being built—but they can choose to eat less meat.
Even reducing or cutting out just beef would have a huge impact. Increasingly, people are seeing the connections between diet and climate change, and making changes in hopes of preserving the world.
But some people have resigned themselves to the future. Their delicious, meaty future.