Demand for lower-emission food
Eating habits have only recently started to change in different ways.
Reducing emissions must involve:
-Consume meat vegetable substitutes, as meat calories emit much more GHG than vegetables calories.
-Reduce unsold food ending as organic waste, which generates methane.
-Consume food considering emissions from exotic food’s transport or agricultural practices of the producers.
On the other hand, higher life expectancy and high fertility rate (i.e., still high in Africa) will increase global population and pressure on mother nature, if the current habits persist.