A sizable shift in people’s diets could help prevent the brewing influenza pandemic

We’ve heard it before: Eating less meat is better for the planet. In May, China’s health authorities went so far as considering this in their new dietary guidelines, which advised a 50 percent reduction in meat consumption. (It isn’t actually doing anything to enforce this advice, just suggesting it.) The announcement was lauded for its potential impact on stemming climate change and keeping global warming under the levels agreed upon in 2015’s Paris accords. The…

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A sizable shift in people’s diets could help prevent the brewing influenza pandemic

We’ve heard it before: Eating less meat is better for the planet. In May, China’s health authorities went so far as considering this in their new dietary guidelines, which advised a 50 percent reduction in meat consumption. (It isn’t actually doing anything to enforce this advice, just suggesting it.) The announcement was lauded for its potential impact on stemming climate change and keeping global warming under the levels agreed upon in 2015’s Paris accords. The…

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