It seems that scientists have made the impossible finally possible: Due to intensive research and via sophisticated technology they have been able to create “vegan meat” as they use to name it. Of course, the term itself sounds very contradictory but the taste of it proves the opposite. By replacing livestock with plant proteins this is without any doubt not only a milestone but a revolutionary research result.
The crisis of increased global warming becomes more and more imminent. In fact, factory farming is responsible for one-third of emissions by now. If no changes are being made, scientists predict that in 2050 agriculture is going to account for a temperature rise by 2 degrees Celsius which would wreak havoc on the environment.
Due to a research paper published by Oxford University going vegan would save millions of lives per year by 2050. As a person’s decision on his or her diet habits has a great impact not only on his or her health but also on the entire environment, the Oxford University found out that going vegan would cut $1 trillion in costs linked to climate change and healthcare.
Going vegan might very soon not only remain an excellent choice one could make but a necessity nobody can bypass in the near future. This development could be due among many other reasons to the hazardous impact of increase in global warming. Today, global warming is being considered to be one, if not the most critical issue of mankind.