With the world's largest population, China stands to create a significant global impact if people heed the new regulations. By eating 100g less of meat a day, food-related gas emissions could be scaled down by more than a billion metric tons in the year 2050, a researcher told The Washington Post. The country agreed to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions during a 2015 climate summit in Paris, and less of a reliance on livestock is a giant step in that direction.
Cameron is an environmentalist, too, in case you forgot the not-so-subtle "save the planet while we can" message of Avatar. He's been outspoken about the dangers of climate change since then, most notably in his 2014 Showtime docuseries Years of Living Dangerously.