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Global Warming / Veg Resources

Global Warming PowerPoint (by Saurabh Dalal)
Sierra Club
EarthSave
Huffington Post (Veg the New Prius)
Christian Science Monitor

United Nations Report

Full UN Report (408-page PDF)
Summary UN Report (1-page PDF)
News article with comments (2-page PDF)
News article with comments (online)

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Earth Day
FARM (Farm Animal Rights Movement)
FARM's Great American Meatout
In Defense of Animals

Other Resources

E/Environmental Magazine
Johns Hopkins (Center for a Livable Future)
Compassion in World Farming (Eat Less Meat)
Well-Fed World
Grace Factory Farming
Farm Sanctuary Factory Farming

University Research

According to a recent study by University of Chicago professors Gidon Eshel and Pamela Martin, a vegetarian diet uses less fossil fuel and is therefore more energy efficient and less polluting than the “mean American diet,” a mixture of plant and animal foods. They found that adopting a vegetarian diet reduces greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalent of 1.5 tons of carbon dioxide per year - as much as switching from an SUV to a compact.

David Pimentel and Marcia Pimentel, “Sustainability of Meat-Based and Plant-Based Diets and the Environment,” Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 78.3 (2003): 661S-662S. Click here for PDF.


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