to Think About...
recent study that was done about automobile emissions,
i.e. carbon dioxide or greenhouse gases and the
amount of CO2 released by gases associated with
vegetarian and meat diets. This report indicated
that red meat eaters, getting 35% of their calories
from animal sources, rack up yearly emissions compared
to a vegan diet which equals the difference between
driving a Chevrolet Suburban and a Toyota Camry.
In other words, vegan diets considerably scale back
the CO2 or greenhouse gas emission footprint. This
is from a University of Chicago geophysicist report
from April Earth Interactions.
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