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Study: Going vegetarian can cut your food carbon footprint in half ⇒

Published 02 July 2014, 3:42 pm

The researchers found that vegetarians had roughly half the diet-related carbon footprint of meat eaters. Vegans were lower still. But even if you can't bear to give up hamburgers, simply eating less meat could reduce the footprint of your food significantly:

Chase Martyn Chase Martyn is a political consultant, web developer, and (former) journalist. He currently lives in Chicago, and his opinions are purely his own.