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Pei-cheng/chang / Less meat less deforestation

Pei-cheng/chang

Do you like to eat meat?
Have you thought about the fact that humans’ demand for meat is one of the contributors to global warming?

In order to satisfy human demands, the deforestation for more land to raise livestock and grow animal feed has caused overgrazing and soil desertification, which all contribute to global warming!

“Eat less meat” is a possible change for everyone. It is the most effective way to downsize animal husbandry, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve global warming.

University

Tainan University of Technology

Tainan University of Technology
Tainan City, Taiwan

Pei Cheng Chang,
Tainan University of Technology