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5 reasons why eating insects could reduce climate change

Eating insects can positively impact climate change. Image: REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Amrou Awaysheh

Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Executive Director, Indiana University Business Sustainability and Innovation Lab Kelley School of Business Indiana University

Christine J. Picard, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

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