Agreed 100% EV are the way to go but play small role in GHG emissions
Cowsporacy love the name shows in many many ways why 7.5 billion cannot continue to eat meat especially beef and hope not to cook the planet.
The whole grass fed vs factory farmed is a smokescreen both are non sustainable
Factory farmed is disgusting in humane, fouls water, feeds ruminants soybeans and corn to cows we could be feeding starving humans, while "grass fed " beef proponents ignore the vast amount of pasture a single cow needs . Simply put we a few earths if even half of the 7.5 billion eat meat like Americans.
The calculation of feed and transport of the beef and the emissions from the cows are important but destruction of land is what you and myself and others are not taking into account.
The habitat and forest destruction to make room for all those cattle significantly increase GHG emissions , those are permanent destruction of rain forest that would act as a carbon sink but are gone.
In short, beef it's Not for dinner ( assuming we want breakfast too!)
Tom - Thank You for the heads-up on this documentary. Finally watched it today. It's one thing to hear people like Jeremy Rifkin remind his audiences that animal ag is the number two direct greenhouse gas emitter, but it's a shock when all the other problems are fit into the puzzle.
Folks - if you haven't seen this, please add it to your list.