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Why Being Vegan Is Good For The Environment

Did You Know That Eating Less Meat Helps Reduce Human Impact On The Environment? Find Out Why Being Vegan Is Good For The Environment

The increasing demand to supply meat to humanity has really brought about negative effects on the planet. Before meat reaches the plate, there must be waste of land, fuel and water. True? Forests have been devastated to create space for rearing animals. So, there’s waste of energy and land leading to air and water pollution. Reports from trusted sources say that the increasing dependency on oil and coal leads to climate changes.

To save the world, the cheapest and simplest thing we can all do is to eat less meat. Let’s focus and look 50 years ahead. If the current lifestyle continues, it will be hard for the planet to feed and support humanity. Can we all respond to the appeal the plant is making today and start feeding majorly on plant-based food? Joining the vegan community is the best and lasting solution to global climatic changes. Below are some key reasons why I say that vegan is good for the environment.

Saving The Land

Meat eaters use more space than  vegans. With the increasing population of meat eaters, a lot of space is taken thus limiting  space for cultivation. Cutting meat consumption means reducing space for rearing livestock as well as field for cultivating food for the livestock. We can maximize on  this space and grow food to feed the planet.

Reduce Overheating The Planet

Do we care about the stress our meat eating habits put on the ecological systems? The fact is, not many people are aware of this because if they  did, vegan lifestyle would be the choice for everyone. Since eating more meat means rearing more cows, sheep, chicken and goats, this means they will consume more water and food. They emit lots  of methane and many greenhouse gases. Not forgetting the amount of physical waste they produce. All this leading to global warming, thus overheating the planet.

Water Conservation

If we calculate the average amount used to rear a beef or dairy cow or even a pig, you won’t believe it. For a cow to produce a gallon of milk, how many gallons of fresh water does she require? The amount of fresh water used on animals, if used to cultivate food, we can get enough food for everyone. So, the way to water conservation in the planet is to reduce our meat eating tendencies.


One of the global impact of eating more meat is deforestation. Why? A lot of land is needed to rear animals. If we change our lifestyles and start depending on plant-based food, our forests will be restored. We can plant more trees and restore the rich nature and beauty of our planet.

Reduced Water Pollution

When excessive nutrients from animal waste, sewage and nitrogen compounds are swept towards the ocean, they produce algal blooms that consume oxygen in the water. These risks the lives of sea animals and many of them die.

Reduce Air Pollution

Cows and pigs produce lots of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane. On top of this, farm factories produce more gases and smells. Again, the issue of pesticides. All these combinations lead to air pollution.  When we eat less  meat, we rear less animals, thus reduced air pollution.

Here a a few interesting vegan documentaries for you to watch.

The Unstoppable Global Growth of the Vegan Culture