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Study: Vegans Have the Lowest Daily Carbon Footprint

Study: Vegans Have the Lowest Daily Carbon Footprint 1 Tweet by Brianne Hogan July 28, 2015 Categories: Eats , Environment , Healthy Living , Vegan . Just another reason to go vegan: new research shows a direct correlation between eating more plants and reducing your carbon footprint. The study, published in the journal ‘Climatic Change,’ analyzed the diets of omnivores, pescatarians, vegetarians and vegans to measure each one’s greenhouse gas emissions. Their findings revealed some startling news: a person who regularly consumes a meat-heavy diet produces almost 250 percent more CO2 per day than someone eating a vegan diet. Of course, the news isn’t entirely surprising. Animal agriculture has surpassed both the transportation industry and the electricity industry in emissions of harmful greenhouse gasses — making the meat industry the world’s leading cause of climate chan...

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