Can technology create the ‘humane economy’?

November 4, 2017 by  
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A longtime vegan is betting big on food tech from Impossible Foods, Hampton Creek and Memphis Meats to save animals — and human health.

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INFOGRAPHIC: The True Environmental Cost of Eating Meat

November 12, 2014 by  
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Do you know the real cost of a steak ? We’re not talking about the dollars that people shell out to buy one, but rather the environmental cost of creating it? From the water and grain needed to feed livestock to the  emissions created by huge herds of cattle, farming animals has a massive negative impact on the environment as a whole. Desertification, soil erosion, contaminated groundwater, and greenhouse gas emissions are just a few of the effects caused by raising animals for food . Check out the infographic below to learn more about just how much meat really costs in the long run, and why the planet would benefit a great deal if we all  chose parsnips over pot roast . Read the rest of INFOGRAPHIC: The True Environmental Cost of Eating Meat Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: animals for food , beans , cattle , chicken , chickens , clean water , Climate Change , contaminated groundwater , contaminated water , desertification , eating animals , eating meat , erosion , food animals , gas emissions , greenhouse gas , greenhouse gases , infographic , land use , livestock , Meat , meats , pigs , pork , poultry , raising cattle , roast , soil erosion , steak , vegan , vegetables , vegetarian , vegetarian diet , water depletion , water issues , water use

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48% of Fast Food Soda Fountains Contain Bacteria that Grew in Feces

January 7, 2010 by  
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Photo via Flickr Seems like the reasons to not eat at fast food restaurants just keep on piling up. We’ve heard all about the unseemly practices that go into obtaining their meats and..

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48% of Fast Food Soda Fountains Contain Bacteria that Grew in Feces

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