Barack Obama Says Man Can Solve Own Problem; Recommends Citizens To Reduce Non-Veg Food Habit
The former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama recently delivered his first speech outside USA, since leaving his office. He has been recently in Italy and attended the Seed & Chips Global Food Innovation Summit in Milan. While discussing on a lot of subjects, he also discussed the relationship or link between the climate change and our food habit.
More Details About Seed & Chips Global Food Innovation Summit
Before going into Obama’s speech, here's the platform he used for his discussion at the event, which annually gathers entrepreneurs, investors, and executives from across the world. The meeting is mainly focused on exploring trends, innovation, and solutions in the food system, as reported by One Green Planet.
Barack Obama Says Man Can Solve Problems Created By Himself
Former President Barack Obama shared in his speech that he does not “believe that this planet is condemned to ever-rising temperatures.” He also said that these are the problems or complications that have had been generated by man and can be resolved by man. He added that eating less meat is a smaller feat but still a solution.
Former President Says No To Meat To Reduce Climate Change
Obama also warned the world about cow farts that contribute to global warming. Since people want to increase meat consumption, the production of cattle goes much higher.
Then he logically linked the production of meat to not only methane released by cows even the chemical factories pollute air, while processing those delicious cows. People are actually not aware of the impact of cows and methane. Hence, he finally urges the global citizens to reduce the consumption of non-veg foods as much as possible.
In addition, according to him, the world should go for less consumption of meat. He also called the scientists to find out better ways to provide protein to the diet. He further called for all the nations to work with farmers for the production of more food with less climate emissions, shared by Twitchy.