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The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat

Compassion in World Farming Trust, February 2004


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Resource IDciwf2004
Resource titleThe Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat
Author(s)Mark Gold
Publication/ sourceCompassion in World Farming Trust
Date publishedFebruary 2004
Summary text/ abstractIn the second half of the 20th Century, worldwide meat production increased roughly fivefold; per capita consumption more than doubled. Even though the industrialisation of farming has allowed vast numbers of animals to be reared in relatively small areas, those kept in factory farms cannot forage for their own food or live on scraps or waste products – as was traditionally largely the case. Consequently, massive areas of land are given over to growing crops to feed them. Livestock production has become the world's largest user of agricultural land.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Climate Change, Food & Agriculture, Land Rights, Toxics, Vegans/Vegetarians
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