REVIEW ON THE BURGER EFFECT: BEEF INDUSTRY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Authors

  • Rehab Rayan High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v2iSP1.39

Keywords:

Sustainability, Environmental health, Climate change, Global warming, Beef

Abstract

The world needs to decrease emissions from agriculture, and fossil fuels to halt global warming adequately. Animal-based meals are nourishing and very vital to livings and nutrition in developing nations, though they are a similarly incompetent source. Producing beef is growing further dynamic, yet forests are still being cut down. People state they desire to consume more plants, although eating beef is yet increasing. Consuming meat is among the main factors for global warming. Provided that the globally growing market for meat, and the severe effect of manufacturing meat on the planet, cutting down animal protein regarded as public health and food security concern. A future with sustainable food would need a variety of approaches from the farmer to the consumer. This review explores the relation between producing beef and the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and the debate of consuming more or fewer resources. It also displays the beneficial impact of cutting down beef consumption. Finally, it suggests some methods to produce beef sustainably.

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Published

2020-06-01

How to Cite

Rayan, R. (2020). REVIEW ON THE BURGER EFFECT: BEEF INDUSTRY AND CLIMATE CHANGE. Global Journal of Public Health Medicine, 2(SP1), 164-167. https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v2iSP1.39

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Review Articles