Heyyyyy thurrrr, long time no post hey! So I've been back from Australia a couple of months and despite it being the best year of my life am loving being back in England! 🇦🇺🇬🇧 I don't post on this account much anymore but really wanted to spread the word on this one ⬆️ I'm not vegan and I don't know if I could ever fully commit to it, but I've challenged myself to 6 weeks and am just over a week in 👍🏼 This documentary and a few others on Netflix have convinced me it's definitely good for our health, the planet and the welfare of animals so I thought I'd give it a go 🌱🍃 I'm not preaching, just passing on some info about the health film that health organisations don't want you to see! Feel free to give me feedback if you've tried being vegan or whatever 😊✌🏼️☮️
The only time my knife sees red is when I'm cutting beets. 🐟 If you're trying to make less of a negative impact on the environment, why not go vegetarian? Putting all emotional reasons aside, large scale animal farming has a massive effect on the environment. So many resources go to caring for these animals, it is not sustainable. 🐄 I would like to challenge everyone, start with just one or two meals a week being vegetarian. I promise it's easier than you think. 🐥 After you experience the deliciousness, you can make more and more meals veg. I do recommend you shop wisely, packaged meat substitutes can be pricey and frequently unhealthy so try to avoid those. 🐖 Sn: I'm not telling people to go vegan bc that is a much larger step that people need to come to on their own terms. Cutting meat consumption is step one. ❤️
Vandaag is de gebreide deken aangeboden aan de Tweede Kamer! En wat was het een daverend succes!! Iedereen ontzettend bedankt die een bijdrage geleverd heeft! 💚💚💚De boodschap is over gekomen: Gas terug! Voor Groningen en het Klimaat!!
The health of the people is inextricably linked to the health of the environment. When you subject the area around you to mass deforestation and create conflict with the wildlife, the situation is going to end poorly for all that are involved. Here, near Cox's Bazar, the villagers chased a group of elephants up a steep hillside and this young male slipped and fell to his death. Now he sits 250m away, rotting in the stream that provides them water for daily use. It's all connected and all are suffering. This is the sad state of most all of the remaining forests patches in Bangladesh, and indeed, most of the developing world. And this is why we must keep pushing for environmental education and awareness, for the sake of the environment and the people.