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.

It may be that journalists are reluctant to voice reservations about proposals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for fear of being described...

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