Emissions - livestock

Cut emissions, boost health

In Copenhagen today, world leaders begin thrashing out a successor to the Kyoto Protocol in an attempt to address climate change. The delegates should keep in mind a series of reports showing a link between cutting emissions and improving health. The researchers made their calculations in DALYs (disability-adjusted-life-years), one DALY represents one day lost of healthy life. One programme in India to replace 150 million indoor bio-mass burning stoves with low-emissions cooking stoves would save 0.1-0.2 megatonnes of carbon dioxide emissions for every million people and save 12 500 DALYs and two million premature deaths. Reducing livestock production by 30 per cent would save 2850 DALYs in the UK alone. Strategies like reducing livestock production are not flawless but the link between climate change, emissions and health is well established and should guide the deliberations that take place in Copenhagen over the next two weeks.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.

The WellBeing Team

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