a Good quarter of the greenhouse gases we create with food. That is reason enough to rethink his eating habits and reduce their personal CO2 footprint. Six experts have declared the “BBC”, as you can eat for the climate better. (Here abridged version of the play). In all of the expert statements it revolves around two main food groups: meat and dairy products.
Joseph Poore, University of Oxford: Wants environmental labels for food
“Two products, the look of in the shops exactly the same can have dramatically different effects on the environment. The addition of eco-labels would not only enable us to make a better choice, but also mean that the manufacturer would have to measure their environmental impact, which nowadays is rarely the case, and then another, would have to compete. The greatest way to reduce your impact is to avoid meat and dairy products. This has even a greater influence, as their flights to restrict or to buy an electric car.”
Richard George, Greenpeace: We should be plants to feed
” meat-based 60% of the food is causing worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. To eat less meat and dairy products, is one practical thing we can all do to reduce our dietary emissions. If we eat more grains, fruits and vegetables and less meat, we can obtain more food from less Land, reducing the pressure on forests, arable land convert. It is also much healthier for us.”
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Patrick Holden, founding Director of “The Sustainable Food Trust” We should meat of grazing cattle eat
“The most Important thing we can do is eat so that our farmers can implement sustainable farming methods. In this way, you can build in the industrial agriculture lost soil carbon. We are committed to a sustainable diet, including the increase in the consumption of grass-fed or mainly grass fed beef and lamb.”
Clare Oxborrow, an activist for “Friends of the Earth”: you Are an environmental activist
“the greenhouse gas emissions of your diet or that of your family to reduce, by eating less and better meat and milk products. But you can start doing more for the planet by becoming a ‘citizens’ active diet’. This can be a conversation with the retailer about the origin of its products, lobby your local politicians, or the participation in projects to increase green space and local food production in your community. You may think these things would steal too much of your time. Just a letter, an E-Mail or a Tweet is all you need to start as an environmental activist.”
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are you especially Americans and Europeans, soy milk drink the most. Market leader Alpro use soya from Canada and Europe, and is trying to make sure that the cultivation is as sustainable as possible and as little plants will be used protection as possible. The organic offshoot Provamel refers to soy fully out of Europe. The soy milk of the French organic company, Soy (As soy!) used soy, which comes exclusively from France.
Rob Percival, head of the Department for food and health policy of the Soil Association: We should organic food to consume
“Organic farming can contribute to the fight against climate change, since organic soils are healthier and more carbon storage. Recent studies have brought the use of pesticides with a collapse of the global insect population in connection. Studies have shown that animals living in the wild occur on organic farms, 50 percent more frequent than on non-organic farms. Every Time you buy organic, you help the nature to develop.”
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Emma Keller, head of Food Commodities in the WWF: Healthy food has more than one Use
“According to our Livewell study, we can reduce a healthy, sustainable food by 2030, the CO2 emissions compared to 1990 by 30 percent. That is, we need more legumes, nuts, fruits and vegetables on our plates and less meat (red, white, ultra-processed) , dairy products and cheese.”