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One more piece of information supporting how important your personal dietary choices are in dealing with climate change: New research published in the journal Global Environmental Change shows that by reducing the amount of meat and dairy eaten and changing farming practices, by 2055 we could reduce emissions of methane and nitrous oxide--two greenhouse gases far more potent than carbon dioxide--from agricultural sources by more than 80%.

Read the full story: Meat & Dairy Matter - Changing Consumer Choices Can Cut Methane & Nitrous Oxide Emissions 84%

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