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It is October 15. Guess what it was doing this evening in New Haven, CT? If you guessed snowing, you’d be right. Now, I’m not sure how out of the ordinary in the grand scheme of things that is; I’m … Continue reading
I just saw this question in TreeHugger: which milk container has the lowest carbon emissions? Not once do they mention that cattle- you know, where “milk” comes from- is responsible for 18% of the world’s green house gas emissions. It’s … Continue reading
One of the reasons I feel good about being vegan is because it’s a way to be more environmentally conscious. It’s certainly not the answer to all the environmental issues we face, and arguments can be made for instances where … Continue reading