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Việc chăn nuôi và ăn thịt động vật là nguyên nhân chính gây ra khủng hoảng khí hậu toàn cầu, chịu thiệt hại cho khoảng 20% lượng khí thải nhà kính toàn cầu.[1]


1 Xu, X., P. Sharma, S. Shu, et al. (2021): Global greenhouse gas emissions from animal-based foods are twice those of plant-based foods. Nature Food 2(9), 724–732. doi:10.1038/s43016-021-00358-x

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The livestock sector emits 7.1 – 8.1 GtCO2-eq per year. Compared to global emissions of 49 – 52 GtCO2-eq, this represents 14.5 to 16% of global emissions.


Transitioning toward plant-based diets((footnote text)) has the potential to reduce one’s individual food related emissions by up to 50%.

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Việc nuôi và ăn thịt động vật gây ra thiệt hại to lớn cho những khu rừng. 80% nạn phá rừng trên thế giới có liên quan đến hệ thống lương thực hiện tại của chúng ta và gần 70% diện tích đất bị khai phá ở Amazon được sử dụng để chăn thả gia súc. [1]


1 Fresán, U., & Sabaté, J. (2019). Vegetarian Diets: Planetary Health and Its Alignment with Human Health. Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 10(Suppl_4), S380–S388. https://doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmz019

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According to the IPCC (2019) and Crippa et al. (2021) The food system emits up to 18 – 19.1 GtCO2-eq. (add comparison to something). If current trends continue, emissions from the global food system alone would make it impossible to limit warming to 1.5°C and difficult even to realize the 2°C target, even if fossil fuel emissions were immediately halted.


Transitioning toward plant-based diets has the potential to mitigate up to 8GtCO2-eq per year by 2050. In a recent analysis, vegan/plant based scenarios even showed high negative emissions due to vegetation regrowth on land previously used for concentrated livestock grazing. – (comparison)

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Chuyển sang chế độ ăn uống thuần chay có thể giảm tới 50% lượng khí thải liên quan đến thực phẩm. [1][2][3][4][5]


1 Wissenschaftlicher Beirat Agrarpolitik, Ernährung und gesundheitlicher Verbraucherschutz & Wissenschaftlicher Beirat Waldpolitik beim BMEL (2016): Klimaschutz in der Land- und Forstwirtschaft sowie den nachgelagerten Bereichen Ernährung und Holzverwendung. Berlin.
2 Scarborough, P., P. N. Appleby, A. Mizdrak, et al. (2014): Dietary greenhouse gas emissions of meat-eaters, fish-eaters, vegetarians and vegans in the UK. Climatic Change 125(2), 179–192.
3 Abejón, R., L. Batlle-Bayer, J. Laso, et al. (2020): Multi-Objective Optimization of Nutritional, Environmental and Economic Aspects of Diets Applied to the Spanish Context. Foods 9(11), Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 1677.
4 Hallström, E., A. Carlsson-Kanyama & P. Börjesson (2015): Environmental impact of dietary change: a systematic review. Journal of Cleaner Production 91 1–11
5 Bruno, M., M. Thomsen, F. M. Pulselli, et al. (2019): The carbon footprint of Danish diets. Climatic Change 156(4), 489–507. doi:10.1007/s10584-019-02508-4

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Our dietary choices are a major driver of global deforestation. The animals needed to produce meat, milk and eggs need large quantities of land, be it for creating pastures for cattle farming or growing fodder crops.


Diets with no more than 15% of calories from livestock – half of what is currently consumed in Europe or Northern America – could reduce deforestation by up to 55%. Further deforestation would not be necessary to feed 10 billion people by 2050, when transitioning towards plant-based diets.

Việc biến đổi khí hậu không phải quá sức. Bằng cách chuyển sang một chế độ ăn nhiều thực vật hơn, BẠN có thể giải quyết cuộc khủng hoảng khí hậu bằng chính chiếc nĩa của mình ngay hôm nay. Hành động ngay!

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