Whatever the ultimate effects are, I highly doubt that almond farmers are sinister, malevolent beings who want to destroy humanity. If there's a better way they can do what they do, I'm sure they'll be happy to do it.
The article ends by mentioning the water usage of almond milk, but I wish it would have contextualized that. Almond milk still uses about half the water of dairy milk: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-46654042
I'm currently addicted to an oatmilk coldbrew latte and I just loove it.
They won't do anything until Uncle Sam subsidizes it.
This title is garbage, saves me a click. Let me guess though:
I'd be willing to bet it still wins over cow milk.
Anyway, we need to find ways for more sustainable meat production and consumption. This whole thing is unhealthy in pretty much any level. Really looking forward to all those alternative meat startups.