Mark your calendar for Earth Day on April
22nd. It’s the perfect time to make changes for
the better! Eating wholesome, plant-based meals
is nutritious, healthy, and easier
on Mother Earth. By going veg, you reduce global warming. Give this Split
Pea Soup a try and show your loved
ones how enjoyable a compassionate, environmentally-friendly
meal can be!
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Geophysics professors at the University of Chicago
also examined the "hot topic". They concluded that
when it comes to global warming, what you eat is
more important than what kind of car you drive. Their
findings reveal that the average American diet requires
the production of an extra 1.5 ton of carbon
dioxide per person (as well as methane
and other greenhouse gases) compared to a strictly
This year's Earth Day theme is "Action on Climate Change."
With global warming presenting an increasing danger,
now is the time to make a difference! Global warming
threatens planetary survival through destruction
of wildlife habitats, flooding of coastal communities,
and extreme weather conditions.
Be an inspiration for
Earth Day -- Go veg and
encourage others to do it with you! Here’s why:
Going Veg decreases personal annual greenhouse
gas emissions by 1.5 tons.
Going Veg protects rainforests
and wetlands from conversion to feed cropland.
Going Veg reduces pollution of waterways by animal
waste and feed crop runoff.
Going Veg conserves scarce
water supplies, topsoil, fertilizer, and fossil
With every bite you take, you can reduce global warming,
improve your health, and protect animals. Make a
change for the better!