If you’re serious about saving the environment, please listen to Chatham House — an international think tank that works to build a sustainably secure, prosperous, and just world—and cut your meat and dairy consumption.
Chatham House recently released a report confirming that animal agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation sector and that greenhouse-gas emissions will continue to rise because of the growing global demand for meat and dairy products.
Studies show that people who eat animal-based foods have Sasquatch-size carbon footprints and that they also waste massive amounts of water, land, fossil fuels, and other resources. A NationalGeographic.com report, for example, shows that the average meat-eater indirectly consumes nearly 600 more gallons of water per day than the average vegan.
Chatham House believes that government officials are reluctant to promote vegan living because they’re afraid of consumer backlash.
Let’s show our politicians that we care about the environment — and animals—and are looking forward to trying more meat-free meals. Visit www.PETA.org for more information and tips on how to go vegan.
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