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We should all take a month off of red meat

Cow farts are a big problem.
cherries and strawberries

Eat no red meat this month. We dare you.

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A note! This story, written by Popular Science Editor in Chief Joe Brown, originally published in 2017, but we're making the call again this year (and every year). Our rallying cry: take the month off of red meat. Read on for reasons why.


efore you print out this post just to have the pleasure of burning it, one quick programming note: Nobody here is suggesting you . But 31 measly days of not eating the animals that are farting our climate

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