Semi-vegetarianism - good for animals, good for the environment and good for humans
The world’s population is burgeoning having increased from four billion in 1975 to 7.4 billion at the beginning of 2016. Thus, we need more food and this places more pressure on the environment. Coincident with this change, rates of obesity and of adverse mental health conditions are increasing in most developed countries and also in some developing countries thus burdening health systems. Furthermore, in the time that the world’s population has doubled, the consumption of meat...[Show more]
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