"Can Eating Less Meat Curb Climate Change?"

That hamburger in the hand of so many Americans does have global implications. Our meat-eating habits can impact the tropical rainforests and savannas -- and ultimately the atmosphere. Livestock may contribute some 18 percent of greenhouse gases -- and that matters for both the 1 billion hungry and 1.6 billion overweight people on the planet. Wendee Holtcamp reports for The Daily Climate January 19, 2011.

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