Sunday, July 15, 2007

Live Earth




Ease up on the meat

Meat is the most resource-intensive food on the table and eating less of it can be the single most green move a person makes. Producing meat requires huge amounts of water, grain, land, and other inputs including hormones and antibiotics, and leads to pollution of soil, air, and water. A pound of beef requires around 12,000 gallons of water to produce, compared to 60 gallons for a pound of potatoes. If you’re a meat eater, for starters, try cutting out a serving of meat each week. Going vegetarian or vegan is a profoundly meaningful environmental choice.
http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/10/how_to_green_yo_8.php
(ok! the pic is not exactly linked to the paragraph hehhehe..)


hmmm.....i think i might eat less meat. My aim is to have a "no-meat" day once a week.

let's see if i can do it.

pj i'm coming to join you. ahahhahahaha....

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

what happened to you man...

PJ said...

yah...wat is happening to you fel?

hahaha...

fe li ci a said...

hahahah..what you two mean maaaaaan....

life is about change alriteee!! ahahahahaha..

vidya said...

wow fel
i read ur entries.
u r sounding like a workign perosn now... welcome to the working life!!1
hehhehe
how r u enjoying it?
and glad to knwo that u r having fun there...
and no meat?? hmm what is happening to u?? hehehe

numo said...

Duuuuude.... No meat is easy! Look at me... 22 years (which might explain why I am the way I am). It's a good move... trust me.