- What You Eat Could Make A Difference
Did you know that what you eat, specifically if you eat a lot of meat, could affect climate change? It’s no surprise that agriculture produces greenhouse gases, but cattle farming specifically not only leads to the destruction of natural forests and land, but the cows themselves also release a ton of methane (another greenhouse gas) into the environment. Bottom line: if you eat less beef, you’ll be helping to reduce the demand for meat and therefore reducing harmful emissions into the atmosphere.
- Reducing Your Carbon Footprint Is A Good Start
Everything from driving a smart car to flying less often, carpooling with others or taking other measures to reduce your carbon footprint could help protect the environment and combat climate change. You’ve heard it before, but one person really can make a difference.