Health Professionals Say Cut Eating Meat To Fight Global Warming

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Health “professionals” have merged with climate activists to promote a common goal of fighting global warming in order to usher in Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.

TN originally noted that the 2020 global pandemic was sparked by the same scientists behind global warming hysteria, and that their agendas were identical.

The following text is from the UK Alliance on Climate Change website, which represents many leading health organizations in the UK. These are the same organizations that are pushing for lockdowns, face masks and social distancing. ⁃ TN Editor


UK HEALTH PROFESSIONALS CALL FOR A HEALTHIER FOOD SYSTEM IN NEW FOOD, CLIMATE AND HEALTH PAPER

Today the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change (UKHACC) has published a suite of recommendations designed to reduce the UK’s food-related greenhouse gas emissions and the impact of climate change on the health of the British public. UKHACC’s recommendations are published in the paper: ‘All-consuming: building a healthier food system for people and planet’.

OVER A QUARTER OF TOTAL GLOBAL EMISSIONS

Most activity to mitigate climate change has focused on decarbonising energy and transport, but it is now widely recognised that it will be impossible to keep global temperatures at safe levels unless there is a transformation in the way the world produces and consumes food, which makes up over a quarter (26%) of total global greenhouse gas emissions.1

However, the Lancet has called climate change “the greatest global health threat and opportunity of the 21st century”,2 and diet is one key area in which changes can be made that simultaneously benefit the health of people and the planet.

A new YouGov survey commissioned by the Alliance shows high levels of concern amongst UK health professionals about the impact of food on the climate, and support for the health benefits of more environmentally friendly diets.3 Of those surveyed:

  • Two-thirds (68%) are concerned about the impacts of society’s approach to food production and consumption on the environment/climate.
  • Two-thirds (67%) agree that changing your diet in a way that reduces its environmental impact (e.g. by eating less meat) can also improve your health.
  • 40% have already changed their diet/eating habits due to environmental concerns.

It will be necessary for individuals and organisations to change their behaviour to reduce food’s contribution to the climate emergency, and the NHS in England has recently set a target to become carbon neutral by 2040.4 However, UKHACC believes that the Government must do more to encourage, enable and support these changes.

The Alliance’s recommendations include:

  • Advice & Information – Existing public information campaigns on diet should include climate messages, and health professionals & patients should be supported with clear, accessible information on transitioning to a climate-friendly diet. 
  • Food Labelling – Commission independent research into the most effective form of environmental labelling to implement to support consumers to make sustainable choices.
  • Public Procurement – Amend public procurement rules to require all procured food to meet minimum environmental standards – using purchasing power to shift the market.
  • Food Policy After Brexit – New trade agreements must include a clause requiring imports to meet UK environmental standards.

‘All-Consuming’, the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change’s policy paper will be launched in a webinar at 11.00 on Wednesday 4 November, which will feature guest speakers including Henry Dimbleby, the independent lead of the National Food Strategy, founder of Leon and the Sustainable Restaurant Association, as well as representatives from the Faculty of Public Health and the Royal College of General Practitioners.

“GOOD FOR THE PLANET AND GOOD FOR OUR HEALTH”

Henry Dimbleby, Independent Lead of the National Food Strategy, said:
“COVID-19, painful though it is, could pale into insignificance compared to the turbulence created by climate change and the collapse in biodiversity. Healthcare professionals have an important role in shaping our diets and I am very pleased to see their recommendations cover not only our health, but that of our planet too – and that they consider the broader influences on our food system.

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About the Author

Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Lynn

Health “professionals” — first cousins of the “experts”.

Rodney

How about they stop spraying the planet and killing our soils air and water before they decide we dont need meat, Who are these MORONS and why does ANYONE LISTEN to them, if only we had people nearby as they make these announcements who would laugh at them and throw rotten eggs at them till they left the stage..

just sayin

Stop eating meat has religious connotations. The word ‘meat’ has connotations of anti-Semitism and always has, and of retarding the experiences (of becoming Devine) in pagan religions by practicing Buddhism, Hinduism, witch craft, Gaia, and many others. It is against the God of true Christianity, and those who are Jewish because of the sacrifices that were required by God that they were commanded to perform. In the Passover, ‘AND the LORD spake unto Moses, and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying, This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the… Read more »

just sayin

I wanted to prove my point in this link. The ‘elites’ are practicing pagan religions and it is demonic, they want to get you to also. Make you feel guilty, and they are teaching this to your kids in reducing their ‘global footprints’. Hitler was also vegetarian, and who were the people he wanted to destroy? Jews! Some pagans eat meat but they sacrifice them to pagan gods who are devils: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetarianism_and_religion#:~:text=Vegetarianism%20is%20strongly%20linked%20with%20a%20number%20of%2cadvocated%20by%20some%20influential%20scriptures%20and%20religious%20authorities. My job is to wake people up. Time is short. The elites want to destroy the Jews and Christians, just like Cain murdered Abel, because he is the… Read more »

laura ann

Gov. needs to butt out of what people want to eat or not eat. We eat meat once a day, then lunch is usually veg. or rice,beans,etc. We are retired and try to eat more fiber foods. Much of this no meat hype is paganism, anyone sending their kids to gov. schools is ill informed about many things going on.

Anne

Like the devil his seed wants to control not only our lives. They desire to manipulate and control our free will, spirits, souls and bodies. Their thirst for tyranny and total control over humanity will never end in this present world.

Hidetora

The opposite is actually true, eating more meat especially red meat, is good for the environment (ruminants are essential for soil health), your overall health and still more importantly your brain function. Following their advice in this matter leads to more dependency on their drugs and other services and to a lower intellectual capability leaving you unable to question their “advice”.