The press conference, entitled “sustainable development – decision making process, what is the truth?” is scheduled for Wednesday, June 20 at 2 PM in Major Groups – Pavilion T. The event is sponsored by ABIDES, the Brazilian Association for Integration and Sustainable Development and will feature Senator Inhofe, ABIDES President Everton Carvalho, CFACT President David Rothbard, Climate Depot’s Marc Morano, Lord Christopher Monckton and journalist Magnus Gudmundsson.
To make a really significant difference, however, we will need to bring down the average global meat consumption from 16.6% to 15% of average daily calorie intake – about half that of the average western diet.
...They used established mathematical models to forecast the effects of each scenario on atmospheric carbon dioxide. By 2050, a 'high-meat, low-efficiency' scenario would add 55 ppm of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, whereas a 'low-meat, high-efficiency' approach with carbon dioxide removal could remove 25 ppm. A 25 ppm reduction could mean we avoid exceeding the two-degree rise in global temperatures that is now widely accepted as a safe threshold.
I think it is plucked out of thin air.