To Meet U.N. Goal Of Ending Hunger By 2030, World Must Eat Less Meat, Waste Less Food, Improve Nutrition, Experts Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Kale or steak? Change in diet key to U.N. plan to end hunger by 2030
“…Later this month, world leaders are set to endorse a U.N. goal to eliminate hunger by 2030, but they will have to convince their citizens to adopt new eating habits first, experts say. Diets must feature less red meat, which consumes 11 times more water and results in five times more climate-warming emissions than chicken or pork, according to a 2014 study. … Other key changes needed are cutting food waste and combating poor nutrition…” (Arsenault, 9/10).

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