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The UN says we need to reduce our meat consumption to fight climate change and improve food security

A Kobe beef steak is seen in a grill in Osaka, Japan, June 30, 2019. Picture taken June 30, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva - RC1B9B57CE20

The UN have advised that global meat consumption must fall to curb the effects of global warming. Image: REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Nina Chestney
Reporter, Reuters
Stephanie Nebehay
Writer, Reuters
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