Tag: environment

Can’t Cut Meat 100 Percent Yet? “The Reducetarian Solution” Says Less Is Next Best

The good news: There is a growing number of people who are reducing their intake of animal products. According to a recent…

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No, Grass-Fed Beef is Not Better for the Planet

Bill Ripple, PhD, distinguished professor of ecology and well-known researcher at Oregon State University, has spent over 20 years researching the roles…

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The Best Thing You Can Do for the Planet Has Nothing to Do With Shorter Showers or Hybrid Cars

How is it possible that the drastic spike in human population is not the biggest problem for the environment? Human population has…

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7 Things That Happen When You Stop Eating Meat

People go plant-based for lots of reasons. These include losing weight, feeling more energetic, reducing the risk of heart disease, decreasing the…

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How Our Dinner Menu Can Help Solve California’s Water Crisis

California has been in a severe drought for the last four years, which means local governments have started rationing water for showers…

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How the Livestock Industry Endangers Biodiversity, and Why It Matters

The following is an excerpt from Living the Farm Sanctuary Life, which was just released by Rodale Books. Possibly the most chilling…

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10 Things I Wish All Americans Knew About the Meat and Dairy Industries

Are you being manipulated into buying things you don’t want or need? In my book Meatonomics, I show that animal food producers control…

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Animal Agriculture, Hunger, and How to Feed a Growing Global Population: Part Two of Two

In part one, we explored how eating animals affects hunger and the world’s agricultural resources. IT’S TIME TO CONCEIVE NEW SOLUTIONS Most…

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Animal Agriculture, Hunger, and How to Feed a Growing Global Population: Part One of Two

More than 870 million people in world suffer daily from hunger. This year alone, six million children will die from starvation. One…

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Freshwater Abuse and Loss: Where Is It All Going?

Along with climate change, perhaps the most pressing concern we have regarding sustaining our lives, and future life on earth, is our…

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