One meal alternative made by one person for one day, is not going to put a dent in making a difference. But imagine if everyone, once a week, didn’t eat meat for one meal. With all the people in our country (and the world) that would add up to a large number. Or imagine if one individual made a diet choice to not eat meat, for example, and did that once a week for the rest of their life! That’s already 52 times in one year. It’s the compound choices that make the big difference. Also, making a dietary choice is something that people notice and can spark conversations, encouraging others to evaluate their own eating habits.
I refer to eating meat because it’s commonly know that meat production is one of the largest contributors to carbon dioxide emission, but there are other options as well.
A simple diet change, such as eliminating meat from your diet will have a positive impact on your health and the environment. Factory farming is one of the largest polluters in the world.
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