The experts are saying that the future of the planet hinges on my decision to eat only a 4oz steak tonight. We trust the experts, right? They know what they are doing, right?
“For some, a big juicy steak is the star attraction on a dinner plate.
But the meaty treat should take a back seat if you want to save the planet, an expert has said.
She also warned, however, that going vegan can take its toll on the environment too.
Halving the weight of your steak could be ‘just one thing’ people can do to cut their carbon emissions, said Sarah Bridle, a physics professor working on food and climate change at Manchester University.
And in a move that may outrage beef enthusiasts, she recommends sticking to a cut weighing 4oz. …
‘So if we get an 8oz steak and chips, for example, that itself blows the amount of greenhouse gas emissions for food for one person for one day from that one meal. But if it was half the quantity of steak, that would be below the global average of food impacts for one day.’ …”
Yes, the people who insist that “science” can’t tell the difference between male and female and that race is a social construct are confident about this prescription. White people may not exist, but the 20,000 new genders which were made up on Tumblr over the past decade are all real and you can be banned from social media for “deadnaming” people because that is “transphobia.”
“The Group of Seven leaders on Sunday concluded their summit by agreeing to reaffirm their previously-established goals to create a turning point in climate change issues in 2021.
The big picture: The G7 leaders emphasized their commitment to a green transition that would cut emissions, halt and reverse biodiversity loss and “increase prosperity and wellbeing.” They did not announce specific new goals. …”
I don’t trust progressive activists.
Why are the childless weirdos and cosplay enthusiasts out there warning the rest of us about going extinct? Isn’t their lifestyle the cause of declining birth rates?