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Nutrition is Increasingly Important in the Fight for Sustainability

Image Credit: Huffington Post Images A recent study in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science reports that our dietary habits create as much as 25 percent of greenhouse gas emissions globally. Roughly 80 percent of those emissions come from livestock-both dairy and beef cattle. Food waste creates another 7 to 8 percent of greenhouse gas emissions globally. In fact, if food waste were its own country, it would be the third largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions after the United States and China, producing more greenhouse gas than all the cars in the United States.
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