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The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions from the food sector in half

Food for thought: A 'flexitarian' diet could cut carbon emissions by 56% Image: REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

Kate Whiting
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How taxes to increase the price of meat might affect consumption. Image: PLOS One
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