In the face of the issues of the environmental crisis of climate change as a result of greenhouse gas emissions, the consumption of animal-based diet has been called into question on account of its role in contributing toward this crisis. It has been stated by experts and scientists alike that the meat and dairy industry is as contributing as the transportation or the manufacturing industry when it came to the issues of carbon emission and its consequent environmental damages.
In meeting the target of a 40% reduction of greenhouse gases by 2030, the EU parliament has decided to put an additional tax on its beef industry (Carrington, 2020). In various investigative studies like the one by CE Delft, it has been shown that the beef industries of the EU countries are largely responsible for an increased amount of GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions.
In one of the UN reports on environmental studies it was found out that the meat and dairy industry would account for 14.5% of the global greenhouse-gas emissions, and this finding has been an eye-opener for many developed nations to promote sustainable vegan food choices for their people (BBC Good Food, 2020). With this in mind, it was an interesting question as to whether Ireland, which has more than 100 thousands livestock farms, would follow the example of the EU, in promoting veganism, and the answer to this question can no better be answered by the city of Dublin, which is the largest and the capital of the Irish nation.
The aim of the current research is to investigate whether Dublin is a good place for making investments into opening a vegan restaurant by assessing its corresponding market demands.
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