Climate-friendly diets can make a huge difference – even if you don’t go all-out vegan | Environment | The Guardian
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Climate-friendly diets can make a huge difference – even if you don’t go all-out vegan | Environment | The Guardian

Changing habits can be hard but even partial shifts from meat-based menus could significantly decrease planet-heating emissions

Tanzania's new electric rail will help it cut carbon emissions

Tanzania is testing its new electric rail line as part of its commitment to reducing carbon emissions by moving away from diesel powered trains used by its regional peers.

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