Veg for the Environment
Mike Tidwell, director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network,
shares his reason for being a vegetarian although he loves the taste of
meat: his 11 year-old. Tidwell is very concerned about climate change
and the consequences it might bring for the future generations; and
therefore, animal agriculture's immense contribution to global warming
has made him adopt a plant-base diet.
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Kudos for Mike Tidwell for doing the right thing for God’s Creation
in spite of his great desire for meat! Global warming, animal suffering,
diseases… many are the reasons for adopting a vegetarian diet that help
us to actively participate in the reconciliation of God’s Creation.
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