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I like the idea of UCLA decided to not offer meat in its cafeterias on Thursdays We do not need to eat red beef seven days a week we can set Thursday as no beef day There are many factors we should concern about cows raising cows require higher utility cows tend to produce high pollution higher global warning potential than other meat and red meat increase the ricks of many health problems Putting all these negative factors together I think people should consume less red meat during their meal I think changes of food choices are responsible for both larger institutions and individual Larger institutions have to get involved to show people that they are stepping out to make changes This way can also influence the individual to change the food choice However the institutions do not have the ability to ask individual to change his food choices Basically the major purpose for institution is to promote to spread the news to get peoples attention In the end the decision is left for the individual If the individual chooses to save the planet and decrease the risk of getting some serious disease then he should be supporting this idea I think this idea should be done at ASU As many people would know that red meat do many bad things to our body but not so many people understand what cows do to the environment In order for people to understand the circumstance we have to get moving Most students go to school during the daytime making a substitution from beef to ham chicken or tuna should not be problem Furthermore we are only doing this once a week if the students are badly craving for beef then there are many restaurants around can offer them some good beef dishes
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