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The subtle ways we can reduce global meat consumption

We need to "nudge" meat off our menus. Image: REUTERS/Russell Boyce

David McBey

Project Co-ordinator and Sociologist, University of Aberdeen

Alex Johnstone

Personal Chair in Nutrition, The Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen

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