Your Evil Milk Consumption Is Bad For ‘Climate Change’ Or Something

Warmists are very, very upset that peasants in China dare to drink delicious, good for you, wholesome milk

China wants to lead the climate-change fight. It better solve its milk problem.

In its effort to lead the global push against climate change, the world’s second-largest economy has assigned soldiers to tree-planting duty, spent billions of dollars on cleaner energy (pdf), and has actively pushed some of its cities away from using coal.

Still, China has yet to figure out what to do about one of its biggest environmental hurdles—its demand for milk.

That’s because the world’s most populous country is expected to almost triple its consumption of dairy across the next 30 years, according to a study published this month in the journal, Global Change Biology. To figure out just how much the world would be impacted by China’s appetite for dairy by 2050, a team of researchers led by the Chinese Academy of Sciences set out to assess what factors in the country would drive milk consumption and measure the ultimate impact.

In short, the rising demand for for dairy in China will increase the amount of greenhouse-gas emissions coming from dairy herds by 35%, it’ll require 32% more land be dedicated to dairy, and it will boost nitrogen pollution from production by 48%, according to the study.

Isn’t it interesting that these 1st World Warmists always come up with ways to attempt to deny Other People the same things they themselves had? Will these same Warmists deny their own kids milk?

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2 Responses to “Your Evil Milk Consumption Is Bad For ‘Climate Change’ Or Something”

  1. JGlanton says:

    The chinese should all switch to almond milk like the lefty millennials are doing at Starbucks. Oh wait, almond production uses an unfair share of precious water. So, cashew milk then. Yeah, I’m sure they can afford that. And hemp milk, it tastes so good. Like rope. No, they should drink soy milk. Oh wait, soy cranks up the estrogen and lowers IQ and the next think you know all the chinese men will be wearing pussy hats in women’s marches.

    This is hard to figure out, but its our duty as millenials to tell them what to do.

  2. This seems like a positive development to me. If the Chinese bureaucracy is deeply involved in climate buffoonery and telling their people what to eat and what not to eat, they will soon have a paralyzing bureaucracy slowing everything down and discontented people to boot. Couldn’t happen to a better new dictator.

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