Have you ever thought of the consequences of buying certain types of foods?
In reality, most of us probably don’t. But different foods do have different impacts on the natural environment. Would it shock you to know that eating beef is worse for the environment than eating chicken?
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As explained under the Food production and its environmental impacts section, serious consequences can arise from the food choices we make. If you’d like to learn more about how to help protect and improve the environment, click on the link below for ideas.
We know that the demands for food production on the environment are detrimental and unsustainable. To make matter worse, there are still millions of people around the globe who do not have access to enough food.
With a projected population of 9.6 billion by 2050; the way that we produce and consume food has never been more important for people and our planet.
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