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From Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA)

Vegans Produce the Least Amount of Greenhouse Gases

Eating animals is bad for the planet. A new study shares, once again, that people who consume animal products produce twice the amount of greenhouse gases compared to vegans. Faunalytics (formerly the Humane Research Council) states that “Meat-eating men were found to generate the most dietary GHGs, while vegan women generated the least. Overall, a vegetarian and pescatarian diet produced similar amounts of GHGs—about 50% less than meat eaters. However, being vegan reduced dietary GHG emissions by twice this amount.”

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Eating God’s animals hurts us, hurts them and hurts the planet. Global warming is creating havoc on Earth and each of us bears the responsibility to do what we can to help mitigate its terrible consequences. Going vegan is the most important step! There’s no need to enslave and kill animals when there’re so many delicious plant-based foods we can eat.