Veganism is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce our environmental impact, study finds
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-styl ... 78631.html
Numerous articles and studies show that the best way to reduce the carbon footprint, to protect the environment, conserve resources, stop climate change, etc, etc, is to be a vegan.The Most Effective Way to Save the Planet . . .
A vegan diet is probably the single best way to reduce your impact on planet earth . . .
https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpel ... 41f56e3c81
Yet, studies also show only about 5 to 11 percent of Democrats, liberals, and progressives are vegetarian or vegan, with a lesser percent for conservatives. On the environmental issues, we might be able to give the conservatives a pass, since they don't believe in global warming or that the environment is in danger, but what about the liberals / progressives?
The Green New Deal calls for reduced meat consumption.
AOC's chief of staff was seen at a restaurant with her and he was eating a burger. Obama and Biden loved to be seen and photo-ops of them eating burgers together. Liberal politicians love to be seen cooking and eating barbecue while on the campaign trail. Al Gore, who made the famous An Inconvenient Truth (documentary on climate change), was seen on the film bragging about how he converted the family farm from tobacco crops to Angus beef. It wasn't until 2013 that he finally made the connection and became a vegan.
Yesterday, far-leftist Mayor deBlasio (NYC) was seen eating a Shake Shack burger on tv, apparently free for those who get vaccinated, so obviously he's not a vegetarian either.
Even AOC, one of the chief architects or proponents of the Green New Deal, is not a vegetarian. Recently she announced that she would eat vegetarian for Lent. Why only for Lent? Why not all the time?