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  • February 3 at 9:09 PM
    Having less appliances plugged in and removing ones that do not need to be used in the moment is another way of reducing electricity usage daily. For example, unplugging a coffee machine, toaster, blender, etc can help!
  • February 3 at 6:55 PM
    This is a top that we discussed in class. A reason that people do this is because of richer and western eating traditions adopted to mimic that of rulers back in europe in times when meat was more scarce. This desire for meat can damage the balance of ecosystems and cause increased pollution.
  • February 3 at 6:09 PM
    Meat is expensive! And realistically, it should be more expensive than it is. The production of meat requires an incredible amount of resources constantly going into raising livestock. Since only a fraction of the nutrition from plant-based animal feed actually goes into the meat that people eat, industrial meat production is a very inefficient...