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Portugal's oldest university bans beef to fight climate change: 'We are experiencing a climate emergency'
by Hunter Moyler
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25 September 2019
On 25 September 2019 Newsweek reported:
Portugal's oldest university, the University of Coimbra, announced this week that it would stop serving beef for the first time in its 729-year history in an effort to combat the climate crisis. Goldsmiths, University of London, announced last month that it would be removing beef from its menu. The move spurred students from the University of California system in the United States to create a petition calling for their institution to do the same.
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