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Germany: 'Meat tax' on the table to protect the climate
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7 August 2019
On 7 August 2019 Deutsche Welle reported:
Meat is relatively cheap for consumers in Germany. But that could all be about to change as lawmakers from across the political spectrum back proposals aimed at climate protection and animal welfare. Meat consumption has come under increased scrutiny over the past decade, with meatless diets, such as vegetarianism and veganism, gaining traction across the globe.
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