A pro-whaling group discovers the green benefits of hunting whales—but do they miss they overarching point?
By Gregory Mone
Posted 03.04.2008 at 12:49 pm 2 Comments
A Norwegian pro-whaling group released a study concluding that farming livestock is worse for the environment than hunting giant whales. The groups argument is that the process of tracking and harpooning the mammals requires less fuel than farming livestock—the boats burn less fuel, and release less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
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