October 29, 2008

Government advisor: eat less meat to tackle climate changewarming.

The United Kingdom's Professor Tim Lang, who formulated the concept of food miles, recently stated the world may be eating its way to starvation through inefficient and energy-intensive ways of producing food. Saying that food policy can be used to reverse global warming, the City University professor encouraged people to grow their own food and eat using fewer resources, stating,

"We need to lobby government for change, eat less meat and fewer dairy products, and garden more." 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/10/15/eafood115.xml

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