Sayv is convinced that the climate problem can be solved through the consumer. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization projects that global meat consumption will rise by more than 1% this year (2021). This will generate more greenhouse-gas emissions; global emissions from food production are expected to rise 60% by 2050. Sayv aims to bring that number back into decline.
If everyone shifted to a plant-based diet we would reduce global land use for agriculture by 75%, a forest could grow freely on this land, which would also help sequester carbon.
– University of Oxford
0.1 kg meat per day => 7.2 kg CO2
Vegan => 2.9 kg CO2
– The Oxford University study