As the world has become more affluent, more people eat evermore meat. This is not only bad for our cardio-vascular health and cruel to animals raised in factory farms (that produce more greenhouses gases than all forms of fossil fuel-driven transportation combined), it increases the likelihood of producing new strains of bacteria and viruses, some of which result in epidemics and pandemics.
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