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CALIFORNIA CATASTROPHIC WILDFIRES ~ RELATES TO ANIMAL AGRICULTURE

The increasing multitude of climate catastrophes are remarkably increasing. How is this related to Animal Agriculture? Many ranchers burn and clear space for raising animals and for feed. Roughly 250 million acres of US Forests have been cleared in order to create cropland to feed animals. This in turn leads to droughts, greenhouse-gas emissions and deforestation =GLOBAL WARMING. CLIMATE EMERGENCY! …

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Starbucks is Cutting Emissions and getting Consumers to Ditch Dairy

Starbucks is waking up to the nightmare of adding dairy products to their drinks, and that is something to admire! We are now witnessing the plant revolution taking hold in major corporations and it’s fantastic! Adding whipped cream to millions of Starbucks Corp. drinks emits 50 times as much greenhouse gas as the company’s private jet. Overall, dairy products are …

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Veganic Organic Gardening

April 2019 Spring is a time to destress! This Spring has been full non-stop, my kids were home for College Spring break which was amazing, it seems so long ago already. It makes the house come alive again, they are amazing young adults, I feel so blessed. Now back to de-stressing, one huge stressor for me is Animal Rights, to …

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VEGAN ACTIVIST GRETA THUNBERG NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

Greta is what every leader is going to be paying attention to, an eloquent speaker and leader, who is taking the world by storm speaking up against climate change. Greta Thunberg at the young of age of 16, a Swedish activist whose hope is to save the world that she wants to see when she is older, has garnered national …

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Meat and Dairy Polluters greater than Oil; The Largest Polluters

The world’s five biggest meat and dairy producers emit more combined greenhouse gases than ExxonMobil, Shell, or BP, the top three oil production companies, according to a new report by GRAIN and the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP). Researchers tracked greenhouse gas emissions for 35 of the largest producers of beef, pork, poultry, and dairy. They found that …

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Water Footprint of Food

The Water Footprint of Foods “California is experiencing one of its driest years in the past half millennium. It also happens to be the country’s leading dairy supplier. With profits surpassing $7 billion in 2012, the California dairy industry is far and away the most valuable sector of the state’s enormous agricultural bounty. Unfortunately…dairy products use a whole lot of …

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Going Vegan Easy-as- 1, 2, 3

Photo Credit:  PETA Many choose to become vegan because of their compassion for animals and environmental concerns. Others choose the plant-based lifestyle for health benefits. It is well documented that those who follow a plant-based diet are generally leaner, and vegans are slimmer than both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Research has shown that vegans have a dramatically reduced risk of heart …