Win-Win Dietary Solutions to the Climate Crisis

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The carbon footprint of food on the climate crisis: The EAT-Lancet Commission lays out the best diet for human and planetary health.

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So Which Foods Have the Lowest Carbon Footprint? ( Find out next. Then stay tuned for Which Diets Have the Lowest Carbon Footprint? (

I think the only global warming video I have to date was Diet & Climate Change: Cooking Up a Storm ( I’m excited to put up the latest.

One way to reduce the climate impact of meat is to switch to plant-based or cultivated meat. I did a webinar on it and you can get the digital download here (

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-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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