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Greenpeace Oct 9
Livestock uses a third of global cropland (contributing to deforestation), and accounts for 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. It's simple: Reduce the meat to reduce the heat.
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Greenpeace Oct 16
Today is World Food Day! Just imagine the difference it could make for the planet if we all were to eat less meat 💚
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Greenpeace Oct 29
Looks like a win-win situation! 😍
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Greenpeace Philippines Oct 20
If ALL Filipino citizens quit meat for just ONE single day, this would save almost 128 thousand metric tons of CO2. We are in a and we need to tackle the huge impact industrial meat has on our planet! 🌏 >>
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Marianne Thieme Aug 4
IPCC: 'A shift towards vegetarian and vegan diets presents major opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.'
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Greenpeace Philippines Oct 1
LOOK: Youth from Iriga City, Bicol are calling on the government, private sectors, and fellow Filipinos to fight for, protect, and nurture our planet. 🌏 Join the movement! 🌞 >> 📸 Jericko Magistrado
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WildAid May 6
Burger King, McDonald's, and White Castle Step Up Their Plant-Based Game
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Greenpeace i Danmark Oct 8
STOP PIG FACTORIES - a 42 metre long message on an industrial pig factory in Denmark. Denmark must reduce meat for the sake of the climate, to make room for nature and forests, to protect the environment - and because neighbours deserve better
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Dominika Sokolowska Sep 12
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Rebekah Robinson Oct 29
HEALTHY DIET HEALTHY PLANET “Choosing better, more sustainable diets is one of the main ways people can improve their health and help protect the environment.”
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Waingels Geography Jul 10
(1/2) Safe to say that veggie day as part of our campaign was an outstanding success!!! Well done to all the FABULOUS students who came and did some cooking with us today! All dishes were vegan (excluding a little parmesan on the risotto!!) Food was DELICIOUS!
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WildAid May 29
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Greenpeace i Danmark Oct 10
LIVE FROM COPENHAGEN: 14 of the world's largest cities have just committed to less meat in their public institutions. Meat reduction helps tackle the climate crisis, cut carbon emissions and protect forests. Now, where are all the other cities?
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WildAid May 28
Beyond Meat to start plant-based meats production in Europe next year
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Elizabeth Fisher Apr 29
Vegan Paella (I don't do the fiddly pepper bit- I just fry it in strips) It's delicious
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Cool Emu Feb 3
It's frustrating listening to otherwise intelligent people give the lame excuse that their individual actions are meaningless in the face of this catastrophe. It's completely wrong, but it is the reason why we won't avert climate change.
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Rachael Andrews Aug 29
Everyone around me on the Eurostar train seems to be talking about and ! Probably an environmentally conscious bunch, but even so, it seems like times are changing.
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Lily Snape Feb 18
but never Less Hit, Paul ♥eh?😉
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Amelia Hesketh Sep 27
My feet are sore, my arms are tired, but my heart is full after seeing the collective will of Canadians to do something about climate change. @ Vancouver City…
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Ruth Buckley-Salmon 🕷 Sep 20
So lucky to live in Brighton for so many reasons, our city council passed a motion supporting the children to leave school & join the march, which started next to the sea overlooking the wind turbines.
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