Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Taxes on Meat Could Join Carbon, Sugar and Tobacco to Help Curb Emissions

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Driven by a global consensus around meat's negative contributions to climate change and global health epidemics such as obesity, cancer & antibiotic resistance, a new British report concludes that a meat tax should be considered "inevitable" for any government serious about addressing the climate crisis & other health concerns that stem from livestock production. Story here.
Dairy cows. USDA photo.
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