The report also makes recommendations for reducing meat consumption as a force to prevent climate change. Western-style meals require more land for agriculture.
For example, if the whole world consumes the same amount of meat as the UK, with an average British diet, the required farmland will reach 95% of the world’s habitable land (50% compared to the present) Increase). If the world adopted the average US diet, 178% of the world’s land would have to be farmland. Therefore, the report states that changing the diet is effective when approaching climate change from a food supply perspective.