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How meat eaters can be more eco-friendly

November 28, 2016

How meat eaters can be more eco-friendly

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

Meat production uses a considerable amount of resources. When compared to the production of vegetables and grains, meat requires large amounts of water, grain, and land to feed and support livestock. In fact, a 2011 analysis conducted by the Environmental Working Group found that the production of certain meats produced up to 40 times the […]

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