There’s one simple solution to these environmental problems: GO VEGAN!
If everyone chose a vegan lifestyle, global farmland could be reduced by 75%, freeing up land the size of the US, China, the EU and Australia – combined. Rewilding farmland would create new habitats for wildlife, increase biodiversity and combat climate change. A vegan diet reduces your greenhouse gas emissions by 75%.
Harvard’s School of Public Health promotes a vegan diet as the optimal diet for living a long and healthy life. Transitioning to a vegan diet is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on earth.
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change promotes a vegan diet as a major opportunity for mitigating climate change and encourages governments around the world to adopt policies to reduce meat consumption. Please encourage efforts by your local representatives to adopt policies in Connecticut to reduce meat consumption.