Animal agriculture is one of the leading drivers of climate change. It is responsible for around 14.5 percent of the climate-changing emissions, which is more than the emissions from every single car, bus, ship, train and plane on the planet!
The relative contribution of information and computer technologies to the total global footprint is expected to grow from about one percent in 2007 to 3.5 percent by 2020.1 Animal farming is a huge problem right now, and we must each do what we can to reduce our impact.
Since animal farming is also a key driver of deforestation, species loss, and air and water pollution,2 Oxford University researchers concluded that the single biggest thing we as individuals can do for the planet is to go vegan.3
But if you want to do more than that, there are additional ways to help, including cutting down on the use of technologies.
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