straying too far? professor says dogs and cats harm climate, advises hamsters instead

Straying Too Far? Professor Says Dogs and Cats Harm Climate, Advises Hamsters Instead

In his paper published last week, UCLA professor Gregory S. Okin found that meat-eating dogs and cats create the equivalent of 64 million tons of carbon dioxide per year based on the energy consumption required to produce their food, or the same impact as driving 13.6 million cars.