Small Food Swaps May Help the Environment—and Your Health

Food production is a key contributor to climate change, accounting for approximately a third of total human-caused greenhouse gas emissions. A study suggested some simple substitutions—such as choosing a chicken burrito instead of beef—may be a valuable starting point for addressing diet’s impact on climate. As an added bonus, these same small changes may also […]
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