Meat is a sufficient food resource in the human diet as it provides proteins for our body nutrition. Even nowadays, meat is taking an immense portion in our lives. Statistically, a huge amount of meat is consumed every day by people globally. Furthermore, the popularity of meat has been proven to the world as more people are becoming meat eaters, who only eat meats. As more people are consuming meat, the environment of meats produced has become a major question. The methodologies of processing meat are mainly divided into two, a traditional farming and an industrial farming. Most of the environmentalists disagree with the traditional farming because they are not eco-friendly due to mass production of methane. Michael Mosley (2014), a British television journalist who presented the BBC documentary called "The Truth About Meat" has mentioned throughout the entire documentary that industrial farming is greener than the traditional farming, and people should be aware of the environmental effects that farming methodology brings to earth.
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