Thanksgiving’s 400 million pound footprint on climate change

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By Genesis Jefferson, Brandon Lang

After generous amounts of turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pie where do all those leftovers end up? And where do all those ingredients come from in the first place? Dr. Ermias Kebreab, associate Dean and professor of Animal Science at the University of California Davis, explains how food production affects climate change and what you can do this Thanksgiving to help limit your climate footprint.

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