Too much meat from factory farming is not only bad for our health, but also for the environment. It fuels the destruction of nature, the climate crisis and the extinction of species. Each kg of meat (200 g protein / kg) obtained in cattle breeding causes 25 times the amount of climate-damaging CO2.
The answer to the question, what we (should) eat therefore not only has a significant influence on the future of our children and future generations, but can also have an impact on the fate of our entire earth and all of its inhabitants, regardless of their origin.
It is not only important what we eat, but above all how food and feed are produced, as this aspect has a decisive impact on changes in land use in agriculture (animal husbandry, food and fodder cultivation, fertilizers, deforestation, etc.).