People are motivated to reduce their meat intake for a variety of personal and socioeconomic reasons. This study explores how meat reduction differs for young adults, families, and retirees. By Casey Bond at Faunalytics.org.j
Original post: https://faunalytics.org/meat-reduction-through-our-lives/#
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