My website and book advocates going green by reducing the amount of meat in the meals people eat. However, it's only one way to make an impact. This article lists eleven other ways that may fit your lifestyle better. All twelve are useful and effective at sustaining the environment.
It's useful to know on which initiatives the EPA is working. It provides a snapshot on the current progress we are making to create a sustainable environment. This article summarizes one of the main tensions faced by politicians when creating environmental policy - help the environment or protect jobs.
The latest statistics indicate that the consumption of beef in the U.S. has dropped 13% since 1980, in part due to more people eating leaner meats and switching to a vegetarian diet according to this article.
The UN concluded its 17th conference on climate change. It's a collaboration of 200 countries that try to work out ways globally to reduce environmental degradation and, most importantly, the warming of the planet. It's a difficult issue to tackle with so many countries involved. The following article offers critical comments about the effectiveness of the conference.
Quite a few studies have been done on the considerable impact animal agriculture has on the environment. It's not a rosy picture. When you include the world's quickly growing population, composed primarily of non-vegetarians and non-vegans, it questions the sustainability of our natural resources and the ability to feed people throughout the world efficiently. This article about a UN study examines the topic and is compelling information.
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