Forbes.com 28 April 2012.
(Editorial note: Reduces GHG emissions, saves water and energy and makes us more healthy – sounds good!)
Shifting the world’s reliance on fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is important, certainly. But the world’s best chance for achieving timely, disaster-averting climate change may actually be
a vegetarian diet eating less meat, according to a recent report inWorld Watch Magazine. (While I’d happily nudge the world toward a vegetarian diet, the report authors are more measured and simply suggest diets containing less meat.)