(Gatineau) Quebec Solidaire has proposed a green shift by offering a menu made up of 50% “plant-origin food” in cafeteria plates in the public area. Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois himself tries to eat less meat to reduce his carbon footprint.
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“I’m not a vegetarian, but I eat less meat than I used to. I’m a big BBQ fan. I actually ate a lot of meat. I was brought up in a context where meat was almost morning, noon, evening,” He explained in a scandal in Gatineau.
“With climate change, I know that well, there are habits that need to be changed and I try to eat a little less,” he said.
Don’t expect Mr. Nadeau-Dubois to pick up a pen to write a love letter to Tempeh. “There are things that I am still trying to tame. There are things that I am not used to eating,” said the Gouin MP.
I am more conservative and straightforward than people think. I am still getting used to eating some things.
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Mr Nadeau-Dubois does not believe that the role of the state is to tell citizens what to eat. However, it may modify the menu of cafeterias in public areas, such as schools, hospitals, museums, for example, to provide a vegetarian option for all. Indeed, his party proposes “the adoption of a food procurement policy including 70% local food in the public sector and 50% plant-based food”, as well as “providing technical and financial support for the transition from traditional to organic farming and reimbursement”. does”. Organic certification”.
Ultimately, the climate plan provides for a reduction in meat production in Quebec, which will be replaced by market horticulture. The modeling of its “Vision 2030” by the firm Esmia Consultants in collaboration with Dunsky Energy + Climate, so “provided for dairy production and the replacement of part of beef, pork and poultry, as well as grains and cereals” for fruits, vegetables and Towards an increase in the production of cereals and grain animal feed (from – 5% to – 12% by 2030 as compared to the reference).
The parliamentary leader of Quebec Solidaire also pledges to “support farmers for less polluting crops”. He will have the opportunity to present his vision of green agriculture on Wednesday during a meeting with the Union des Productions Agricole.