Main Climate Change Solution - Veganism

Supreme Master Ching HaiSupreme Master Ching Hai - a world-renowned spiritual teacher, artist, and humanitarian
Livestock is the primary human-caused emitter of methane, and methane not only has 72 times the heat-trapping ability, it is a shorter-lived gas.

This means that it will leave the atmosphere much faster than CO2, within just a decade as opposed to thousands of years for CO2. Therefore, eliminating methane by eliminating livestock breeding is the fastest way to cool the planet.

Top climatologist Dr. James Hansen Dr. James Hansen - NASA's top climatologist
"There are many things that people can do to reduce their carbon emissions, but changing your light bulb and many of the things are much less effective than changing your diet, because if you eat further down on the food chain rather than animals, which have produced many greenhouse gases, and used much energy in the process of growing that meat, you can actually make a bigger contribution in that way than just about anything.

So, that, in terms of individual action, is perhaps the best thing you can do."
"My message to you is: Be Veg, Go Green, Save the Planet."

Dr. Rajendra Pachauri Dr. Rajendra Pachauri - The chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
"the entire cycle of meat production and consumption, it’s hugely intensive in terms of carbon dioxide emissions. And therefore, I always say that if you eat less meat you would be healthier and so would the planet!

I think it would help the global community enormously, if we consume less meat. But I am only highlighting the fact that the entire meat cycle is very very intensive, in terms of carbon dioxide emissions. "
"I would say Go Veg, Be Green and save our planet! "

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We have passed tipping points. We have not passed a points of no return. we can still roll things back, but it is going to require quick turn in direction
- NASA's top scientist James Hansen -
Don't eat meat, ride a bike, and be a frugal shopper -- that's how you can help brake global warming
- Rajendra Pachauri - the Chief of the United Nation's Nobel Prize-winning scientific panel on Climate Change -