End World Hunger 2030
The United Nations made a decree of what vegetarians have said for years: eating less meat actually can and does help the world. The United Nations plans to end world hunger by 2030. The world just needs to adopt slightly different eating habits first, including consuming less red meat.
Study found that eating less red meat has significant impact on protecting the environment. Red meat consumes 11 times more water and results in five times more climate-warming emissions than chicken or pork. The "change in diet" initiative is aimed at reallocating resources properly.
According to officials, there's enough food in the world for everyone. Hunger is just a cause of a food distribution problem isn't allotting enough food for everyone. For instance, the UN says that eating meat once a week, instead of four, would help commodity prices go down, which would mean less food would be needed to feed animals and overall food prices would be cheaper for lower-income people.
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Uploaded: Apr 24, 2017