We're not going to meet climate targets if we keep eating the way we do.
A new study found that a reduction in meat consumption may not help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, it could actually increase greenhouse gas emissions.
Kansas State University researchers have developed a new technique to help estimate the movement of beef cattle in determining the risk of disease.
Want to avoid contributing to climate change? Then you may want to stop eating meat. Scientists have found that livestock emissions are actually on the rise, and that beef cattle are responsible for far more greenhouse gas emissions than other types of animals.