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It turns out that eating your veggies can do more for the planet than you s. According to the United Nations, animal production is one of the "most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global[1]." The United States is among the top producers of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming, and our seemingly insatiable appetite for meat, poultry, and dairy is one big reason why. Though we make up less than 5% of the world's population,[2][3] Americans consume 15% of the world's meat. Every year the U.S. livestock industry[4][5] produces over 33 million beef cows, more than 60 million pigs, nearly 9 billion chickens,and 9 million dairy cows that produce over 185 billion pounds of milk.[6] Americans are famous for their love affair with the car, but did you know that our love of meat and dairy products contributes more than our automobiles to global warming? From field to feedlot to fork, animal production accounts for about 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions globally – more than emissions from

It turns out that eating your veggies can do more for the planet than you may think. According to the United Nations, animal production is one of the "most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global[1]." The United States is among the top producers of greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming, and our seemingly insatiable appetite for meat, poultry, and dairy is one big reason why. Though we make up less than 5% of the world's population,[2][3] Americans consume 15% of the world's meat. Every year the U.S. livestock industry[4][5] produces over 33 million beef cows, more than 60 million pigs, nearly 9 billion chickens,and 9 million dairy cows that produce over 185 billion pounds of milk.[6] Americans are famous for their love affair with the car, but did you know that our love of meat and dairy products contributes more than our automobiles to global warming? From field to feedlot to fork, animal production accounts for about 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions globally – more than emissions from

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  1. How many servings of non grassfed beef do you eat per week?
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  3. 1
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  5. 2
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  9. 234
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