In order to meet the extreme goals of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” agenda, the public to stop consuming meat and dairy products before the year 2030, a new study is warning.
The authors of the study are calling for meat products to be covered in warning labels to warn consumers that they are “destroying the planet” if they eat traditionally farmed foods.
According to the study from Durham University (DU) in the U.K., using graphic warning labels on meat products akin to the ones on cigarettes could help people reduce their consumption of meat and help them make “smarter choices” about not just their health but that of “the planet” as well.
Published in Appetite, the results of the randomized experimental study suggested that graphic warnings about associated health issues could reduce meat meal selections by seven to 10 percent.
According to the Guardian, 72 percent of the British population classify themselves as meat eaters.
It is a change that could have a material impact on the future of the planet, according to the Climate Change Committee (CCC), which advises the British government.
The body recommends that the U.K. cut its meat consumption by 20 percent by 2050 and by half come 2050