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Ordinary Vegan Podcast #7: Is Your Dinner A Threat To The Environment

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Don’t feel guilty. Most people don’t understand the connection between food and climate change. But how we feel about climate change in the future is very important right now. Because it plays a large part in what’s going  to happen to our planet next. 
Here are some facts:
New research warns that without radical changes to our diets, the food industry alone is likely to cause an 80% increase in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 
These greenhouse gas emissions cause a man-made greenhouse effect that traps us inside and changes the temperature of the earth’s surface. 
Shifting the temperature of the earth even a couple of degrees can throw an entire ecosystem into chaos and create extreme weather events.
Learn how you can fight for our planet’s environment beginning today. It is easier than you think!
We also share a decadent and delicious plant-based whipped cream topping. You’ll never want the whipped can cow’s milk stuff again. ,

Don’t feel guilty. Most people don’t understand the connection between food and climate change. But how we feel about climate change in the future is very important right now. Because it plays a large part in what’s going  to happen to our planet next. 

Here are some facts:

New research warns that without radical changes to our diets, the food industry alone is likely to cause an 80% increase in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. 

These greenhouse gas emissions cause a man-made greenhouse effect that traps us inside and changes the temperature of the earth’s surface. 

Shifting the temperature of the earth even a couple of degrees can throw an entire ecosystem into chaos and create extreme weather events.

Learn how you can fight for our planet’s environment beginning today. It is easier than you think!

We also share a decadent and delicious plant-based whipped cream topping. You’ll never want the whipped can cow’s milk stuff again. 

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