TreeHugger Founder Advocates Weekday Vegetarianism

Weekday vegetarianism may help curb climate change by as much as 70%.

At TED 2010, TreeHugger founder Graham Hill promoted the concept of weekday vegetarianism-reserving meat intake for the weekends and going vegetarian during the week. In his presentation, Hill says that by cutting down on meat and hence reducing the amount of fuel and pollution generated by raising animals for meat, we can curb climate change by as much as 70%. He also talks about the benefits of being a weekday vegetarian and how it is good for health, while not being too restrictive.

Watch out his full presentation at TED 2010.



[via TreeHugger]

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