Will going vegan really save us?

Will going vegan really save us?

The EAT-Lancet Commission Report, which proposed a quasi-vegan diet for everyone to save the environment, is light on economic analysis

The media response to the EAT-Lancet Commission Report, released on January 16, has been universally uncritical. It suggests that a journal specialising in medical research is being treated without question as a source of reliable information and analysis that can frame debate about diet, environment, climate change and the design of appropriate policy responses.

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