Friday is Earth Day.
I say it every single year.
I say it every single year because it is that important, that staggering, and sadly still that unknown.
Going vegan is by far the most important choice you can make to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and improve the health of the planet.
Animal agriculture accounts for anywhere between 18-51% of total greenhouse gas emissions — ALL transportation combined accounts for 13%.
So you could NEVER take another plane, train, bus, boat, or taxi again in your life.
Or you could just eat plants for the rest of your life.
One is completely unfathomable. The other is a nice way to live. It’s healthier. It doesn’t harm animals. And the impact of the going vegan would be far greater anyway.
If you still need convincing on the environmental benefits of a vegan diet, watch the documentary Cowspiracy. It’s streaming on Netflix right now. It’s amazing. When you’re done, sign up for their Thunderclap campaign to promote the message to your social network online.
So drive less, use less water, buy solar panels, plant a garden. All great things to do for the environment this year. Just know that what’s on your plate is and will always be the most important choice you make for the environment. So choose plants.
Happy Earth Week!
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