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Is It Time We All Gave Up Meat?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: animals, animal welfare, agriculture, nutrition, meat, meat consumption, protein, ecology, sustainability, climate change, vegetarianism )

- 2500 days ago -
The case for cutting meat consumption has never been more compelling. Yet we remain stubbornly addicted to big protein hits in animal form. Could that be about to change?
Meat Diets Pose Environmental Danger: Report
Green Lifestyle  (tags: climate, climate change, global warming, safe targets, CO2, meat, consumption, greenhouse gases, nitrate pollution, habitat destruction )

- 2840 days ago -
LONDON -- People will have to cut meat from their diets if the world is to stay within safer limits of planet-warming greenhouse gases, nitrate pollution and habitat destruction, according to a report published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Ac
How Does Your Diet Impact the Environment?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, water, producing food, vegetables, meat, health, sustainability, waste )

- 2988 days ago -
Eating a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables is good for both you and the planet.
Factory Farms Breed Dangerous Food
Green Lifestyle  (tags: sustainable, Sustainabililty, green, food, Factory Farming, meat, eggs, pork, dairy, consume, grow, animals, drugs, pollution, ecosystems, business, environment, humans, healthy, health )

- 3247 days ago -
Even if you live in a city hundreds of miles from the nearest factory farm, there are still lots of reasons to be concerned about who is producing-and how-the meat and dairy products you and your family consume.
Eating Roadkill: Would You?
Green Lifestyle  (tags: road kill, vegan, meat, animals, healthy, Survival skills )

Sir Walk
- 3280 days ago -
How broke would you have to get to eat roadkill? According to Sandor Katz, lifelong activist and food lover, roadkill has been a source of food for poor people since cars were invented. So, don't be classist. At least read more about it!
Cutting Down on Meat - Why and How
Green Lifestyle  (tags: vegetarian, vegetarianism, meat, diet, food )

- 3700 days ago -
There are many good reasons to cut down the amount of meat in our diets, from health reasons to emissions from cattle, but there are a lot of misconceptions about vegetarianism to clear away before it's going to go mainstream.
Eating Meat Is Better for the Environment??
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, diet, vegetarian, meat, agriculture, footprint )

- 3916 days ago -
New research shows that the most efficient diet includes a small amount of meat and dairy. Meat and dairy can be produced by grazing pasture land, which is more available and needn't be as fertile as cultivated land. The key is to graze the livestock.

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