|Source: Council For Agricultural Science and Technology|
Gray areas are unsuitable for cereal grain production. According to the FAO, 70% of world agricultural land is grassland not suitable for production of cereals.
The only way to get human food from those lands is to graze ruminants that turn grass and other forages inedible by humans into ruminant meat and milk.
The wanna-be dictators on the EAT-Lancet commission want force humanity to discard that and live only off the lands that can produce cereals, or attempt to convert the grasslands to crop lands , which would destroy those ecosystems, eliminate the food source of wild and domestic ungulates, ruin the habitat for wildlife, increase soil erosion and nutrients run off, and DECREASE soil carbon storage.
Is the EAT commission really concerned about sustainability or are they just creating a perception that we need to replace ruminant animal products with plant based processed foods, for the benefits of their sponsors, which as reported in this document include about 200 corporations, including Barilla (pasta), Unilever (meat alternatives and vegetable oils), Kellogg's (cereals), Bayer (drugs), Google (information control) and Pepsico (sugary beverages)?
They even clearly state that their mission is to "make our member companies more successful and sustainable by focusing on the maximum positive impact for shareholders...." and that the combined revenues of their members exceed $8.5 TRILLION USD!
This has little or nothing to do with "sustainability" unless you mean only sustainability of a corporation via increasing annual profits. This is pure and simple a business plan.
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