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[Diet] 2nd-Grade Student Develops Meat-Free Lunch Menu To Slash School’s Carbon Footprint


'If the world gets too hot, we won't be able to exist on Planet Earth' 

In the UK, a six-year-old student has also urged his school to help the environment by reducing its meat intake. 

Bruno Serrano, from Canterbury, England, was inspired to help the environment after watching David Attenborough’s A Life On Our Planet

Serrano has written to Kent County Council, and Attenborough himself, proposing schools introduce a weekly meat-free day.

Speaking to KentOnline, Serrano’s mother Ruth Linklater says: “Bruno’s school is very positive and supportive about [his] letter.