Climate change: Do I need to stop eating meat?

According to the UK’s Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, greenhouse gas emissions are lower from UK-produced beef, partly because the “landscape and climate is perfect for growing grass, with grasslands covering 65% of our farmland and 50% of total land”. This means cows don’t rely as much on grain and other feed, which can have a high carbon footprint.

BBC News

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