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World Environment Day

Today is World Environment Day and Meatless Monday. Do something good for our earth today. From Ecowatch, 10 tweets worth reading. Read here

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A Thought for Meatless Monday

This is from the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

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Meatless Monday, Think Climate and Waste!

A Climatarian diet involves choosing what you eat based on the carbon footprint of the food, and using your power as a consumer to drive down the production of beef and lamb which have the biggest impact on our climate.  A climatarian is about eating local … Continue reading

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Climatarian, A New Resolution!

My series on reducing waste continues, #31daysoflesswaste What is a Climatarian? A Climatarian diet involves choosing what you eat based on the carbon footprint of the food, and using your power as a consumer to drive down the production of beef and lamb which … Continue reading

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Cut food waste day 12, Meatless Monday

My series, 31 days of less waste continues: Clean out the Refrigerator Risotto Food waste is a waste of energy. Growing shipping and packaging of products takes lots of energy. What are your ways to reduce food waste? I have … Continue reading

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Reduce Carbon Emissions, Day 5

This is Day 5, of a series of blogs on #31daysofreducingwaste. Today I am posting ideas from the New York Times on ways to reduce carbon waste. To me these ideas seem easy, and I hope you can find something new … Continue reading

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GMO labeling, Consumers want Information!

  The letter below was in the Minneapolis Star Tribune today. As a person with many food intolerances labeling is important, and I applaud the many that are asking for better transparency. My shortened version of this letter: To the editor:  Whether … Continue reading

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