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Cut lamb and beef consumption to combat climate change, says UK committee

Diets could be switched towards chicken and pork or meat substitutes

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Reducing demand for sheep and cattle in the UK by between a fifth and a half could free up land for forests and help to tackle climate change, UK government advisors argue.

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