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    •   November 12, 2011   
    • US Scientist Focuses On Diet To Stop Climate Change
    • Ahead of the December United Nations Climate Change Conference in South Africa, former World Bank senior environmental advisor Dr. Robert Goodland has been campaigning to convince nations everywhere that livestock raising should be the focus in halting global warming.

      Dr. Goodland states that even starting with a 25% reduction in meat consumption would help achieve the goals of agreements such as the Kyoto Protocol and Copenhagen Accord set by the United Nations.

      In 2009, Dr. Goodland co-authored a landmark report stating that the life cycle of livestock production is accountable for at least 51% of all greenhouse gas emissions, after factoring in new sources such as the carbon emitted through animal respiration. 
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