Going vegetarian could save emissions and prevent 8 million deaths a year

Oxford researchers have quantified the benefits of the world becoming vegetarian, writes Marco Springmann. Their study shows that simple changes – like moving to diets low in meat and high in fruit and vegetables – could lead to significant reduction in mortality and health care costs, while cutting food sector greenhouse gas emissions by two thirds.

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