You can only eat green bricks.
Eating more plants essential for climate targets
The Danish government recognizes that switching to more plant-based food production is crucial to meeting its climate goals.
At the launch of Denmark’s new roadmap, Jacob Jensen, Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, called the move towards plant based a “necessary transition.”
“There is no doubt that a more plant-rich diet – in line with [Denmark’s] Official Dietary Guidelines – helps to reduce our climate footprint,” he added.
Researchers have repeatedly shown that switching to plant-based food systems could bring huge environmental benefits. Animal agriculture contributes around 14.5,percent of total global human GHG emissions, according to the United Nations.
The future is plant based around the world
Writing in the Foreword to the new action plan, Mr Jensen states that, “Plant-based foods are the future.”
In stark contrast, the UK government is refusing to prioritize the switch towards plant-based food. As a result, the UK is missing out on the related environmental and health benefits.
But seriously - How long before lego bricks are actually made from plant based materials which are totally digestible by people.