We all want to help the planet. But how?
The answer could be sitting right in front of us—three times a day. By eating a plant-based diet, we can help prevent global warming, rainforest destruction, and pollution, while saving water and other precious resources. In fact, raising animals for food produces more greenhouse gas emissions than all of the cars, planes, and other forms of transportation combined. There has never been a better time to go green by eating green.
For More Information: http://www.chooseveg.com/environment
40 More Tips on Becoming Environmentally Friendly: http://simplemom.net/tips-to-go-green-at-home/
Vertical reuse of containers for herb garden. Nice project!
We love this as much as we love these tips for growing food in a small space.
I’m not posting this video to preach about vegetarianism or veganism, so spare me the grief (I still enjoy a good steak from time to time, even if it’s not often) but this little boy philosophizing about his octopus dinner is damned adorable. Redditor Phormicidae sums up this sweet video quite nicley: His philosophy is based solely on an emotional desire. What’s so touching is such deep compassion forming so early. And on that note: “If you don’t eat your octopus, you can’t have any pudding, how can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your octopus!” …
This is just the most touching thing!
(And decides to destroy…)
Some food companies are jumping ahead of the labeling debate and going non-GMO now—but finding the right ingredients can be a challenge.
note that you may have to stop this news page from loading as soon as the text appears (it kept taking me to porn apps and sites). this is probably part of monsanto’s internet war on the truth about their products. to learn more about that, see: monsanto declares a sneaky social media war against protesters
this is some scary shit.