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Cutting Back On Meat Consumption Could Help End Hunger By 2030: Experts. Old Dominion University Libraries - Remote login. Off-campus Library Resource Login MIDAS Account access Current ODU faculty, staff and students should click the button below to login with your MIDAS account.

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Online resources available through the ODU Library web site are limited to currently registered students, staff, and faculty of Old Dominion University due to licensing restrictions. All resources have usage guidelines and restrictions. No resource allows unlimited downloading of content. Land Use Inefficiencies: How Food choices Are Causing World Hunger. Old Dominion University Libraries - Remote login. Off-campus Library Resource Login MIDAS Account access Current ODU faculty, staff and students should click the button below to login with your MIDAS account.

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Online resources available through the ODU Library web site are limited to currently registered students, staff, and faculty of Old Dominion University due to licensing restrictions. ISKCON News: Meat Eating - The Cause For World Hunger & Criminal Waste of Grains [Article] By: Dr.

ISKCON News: Meat Eating - The Cause For World Hunger & Criminal Waste of Grains [Article]

Sahadeva Dasa for Made for Each Other on Dec. 6, 2012 Photo Credits: earthobservatory.nasa.gov Starving children at a deforested area. Is Meat Sustainable? Now, It’s Not Personal!

Is Meat Sustainable?

But like it or not, meat-eating is becoming a problem for everyone on the planet. Ask people where they’d rank meat-eating as an issue of concern to the general public, and most might be surprised to hear you suggest that it’s an issue at all. Whether you eat meat or not (or how much) is a private matter, they might say. Old Dominion University Libraries - Remote login. Eating Less Meat Essential to Curb Climate Change, Says Report - Our World. Curbing the world’s huge and increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change, according to a new report.

Eating Less Meat Essential to Curb Climate Change, Says Report - Our World

But governments and green campaigners are doing nothing to tackle the issue due to fears of a consumer backlash, warns the analysis from the thinktank Chatham House. The global livestock industry produces more greenhouse gas emissions than all cars, planes, trains and ships combined, but a worldwide survey by Ipsos MORI in the report finds twice as many people think transport is the bigger contributor to global warming. “Preventing catastrophic warming is dependent on tackling meat and dairy consumption, but the world is doing very little,” said Rob Bailey, the report’s lead author. Potential contributions of food consumption patterns to climate change. © 2009 American Society of Nutrition + Author Affiliations + Author Notes ↵2 Presented at the symposium, “Fifth International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition,” held in Loma Linda, CA, March 4–6, 2008.

Potential contributions of food consumption patterns to climate change

Mitigating climate change the role of domestic livestock. Sustainability of meat-based and plant-based diets and the environment. © 2003 American Society for Clinical Nutrition Abstract Worldwide, an estimated 2 billion people live primarily on a meat-based diet, while an estimated 4 billion live primarily on a plant-based diet.

Sustainability of meat-based and plant-based diets and the environment

Reducing the Environmental Impact of Dietary Choice: Perspectives from a Behavioural and Social Change Approach. The Cow in the Room: Public Knowledge of the Links Between Dietary Choices and Health and Environmental Impacts. HSI The Impact of Industrialized Animal Agriculture on World Hunger.