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Switching to a vegetarian diet would help to reduce the destruction of wildlife habitats & endangered species. Rearing animals for food uses far more land than is required to provide a vegetarian diet for the population.

   To meet the demand for meat production the livestock industry is responsible for massive deforestation and elimination of natural habitats for many rare species. Forests are cleared to grow animal feed and to be used as pastures for grazing cattle. Millions of animals are forced out from their natural environments each year, causing long-term damage to our wildlife. If their was a major switch by the worlds population to a vegetarian diet we could reduce the need to cultivate forests and could allow some agricultural land to be freed up and returned to natural parks for wildlife.



Enviromental Benefits of a Plant based Diet
Protect Wildlife Habitats and Endangered Species