egetarians are challenging non-vegetarians to go meat-free for a month (or just a week or a day if a month is too scary), kicking off on World Vegetarian Day this coming Tuesday, 1 October.
The aim is to win
more converts to a meat-free diet - or at least a meat-light one, which,
in addition to its health and animal rights benefits, also gives the
environment a break by reducing the demand for livestock farming – the
most resource-heavy form of food production with the highest carbon
Non-vegetarians can return-challenge the herbivores
in October by asking them to give their lifestyle a healthy tweak too:
walk to work, say, or cut out the booze.
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