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Environmental Effects of Meat Eating

Environmental Effects of Meat Eating

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Published by Vegan Future
This booklet tells you why changing to a vegan diet is one of the most easy and effective steps you can take to benefit the planet.

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http://www.t3v.veggroup.org/downloads/index.html

Did you know that livestock is responsible for 51 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions? Find out more at
http://www.51percent.org

Go vegan for the animals, your health and the planet. Download a vegan starter guide from
http://veganfuture.wordpress.com/resources/
This booklet tells you why changing to a vegan diet is one of the most easy and effective steps you can take to benefit the planet.

Download the original from
http://www.t3v.veggroup.org/downloads/index.html

Did you know that livestock is responsible for 51 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions? Find out more at
http://www.51percent.org

Go vegan for the animals, your health and the planet. Download a vegan starter guide from
http://veganfuture.wordpress.com/resources/

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Published by: Vegan Future on Jul 24, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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1080 baths
1kg of beef 
For 100,000 litres of water
(Figures from a study financed by the California Beef Council)
8100 toilet flushesclean water for 2700 people
 
(According to UNESCO)
~ OR ~~ OR ~~ OR ~
 
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PotatoesWheatRiceSoyaBeanChickensBee020000400006000080000100000120000
Litres
Water requiredto produce 1kgof food
Source: Pimental D et al. 1997. Bioscience 42: 97-106.
 
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Protein conversionrates
2 kg3 kg5.5 kg10 kg1 kg1 kg1 kg1 kg
How much protein is required to be fed to an animal per kg of animalprotein produced?Source: Council for Agricultural Science and Technology

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