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How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources.

We all want to help the planet. But how?


By going vegetarian, we can help prevent global warming, rainforest destruction, and pollution, while saving water and other precious resources.

In fact, raising animals for food produces more greenhouse gas emissions than all of the cars, planes, and other forms of transportation combined.

There has never been a better time to go green by eating green.

A meat-centered diet requires far more land than a vegetarian one. How much more? 10-20x more!

 
Raising animals for food (including land used for grazing and growing feed crops) now uses a staggering 30% of the Earth’s land mass.
Raising animals for food (including land used for grazing and growing feed crops) now uses a staggering 30% of the Earth’s land mass.
How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources.

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How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources.

70%

70% of the grain grown is fed to farmed animals. Imagine how many people we could feed with that food.

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How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources.
Nearly 80% of land deforested in the Amazon is now used as cattle pasture.
How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources. How to eat vegetarian or vegan to protect the planet, fight climate change, prevent pollution, and save natural resources.
To produce one pound of animal protein vs. one pound of soy protein, it takes about 12 times as much land, 13 times as much fossil fuel, and 15 times as much water.
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