If you really want to save the planet, go vegan

If you really want to save the planet, go vegan

Emissions from the production of beef and lamb are 250 times higher than those from legumes, per gram of protein, and pork and poultry are 40 times higher than legumes. A large amount of methane and nitrous oxide, gases that are more than 20 times and 250 times more powerful than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas, are generated through livestock-raising activities.
The effect of greenhouse gas emissions seems like an intransigent problem to curb, much less to solve. How can we play a role in influencing what humans are doing to the planet? And how can we approach these issues when political and economic forces can undermine efforts to address the climate crisis?

Go vegan, save the planet

Getting processed meats out of SoCal schools

Pro-vegan group seeks to ban processed meat from southern ...

There's a lot happening in Minneapolis / St. Paul these days

Who says you can't find a vegan restaurant in the Twin Cities

Vegan restaurant now open in St. Paul

and more from the Twin Cities: vegan croissants?!

Vegan croissants? Pop-up host promises they'll be 'fluffy, flaky and fab'

and there's now vegan brats at Twins' games?!

Twins Talk: Buy Me Some Peanuts & Vegan Brats!

and other cities as well

Vedge coming to DC

The chefs behind the best vegan food in the country are opening a ...

New vegan restaurant in Milwaukee

Vegan restaurant On the Bus to join Milwaukee Public Market

Vegan Meringue? Made from aquafaba (the brine from a can of chickpeas)

First All-Vegan Aquafaba Meringue Store Launches

and in case you were wondering...

Why Vegans Don't Eat Gelatin + Plant-Based Alternatives

 Celeb news

Kate Hudson Says Going Vegan Finally Cleared Her Stubborn Acne

I Ate Like Tom Brady for Two Weeks and Now I Don't Hate Him ...

Emma Watson, Star of 'Beauty and the Beast,' Embraces ...





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