Watch Cowspiracy on NETFLIX, to learn more.


“Probably the single action … an individual can take to reduce carbon emissions is vegetarianism.
– Dr. James Hansen, Climatologist

If anyone in the Toronto area would like to join us for an Earth Day banner drop over the 401 on Sunday, let us know! 2 banners 12x5' !
Send an email to torontopigsave@gmail.com πŸ’šπŸŒ
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If anyone in the Toronto area would like to join us for an Earth Day banner drop over the 401 on Sunday, let us know! 2 banners 12x5 ! 
Send an email to torontopigsave@gmail.com πŸ’šπŸŒ

πŸ’š V-dog πŸ’š

Going #PlantBased 🌱 is the Key to Saving Water πŸ’¦!!

πŸ‘‰ Think shortening your showers 🚿 will save us from water shortage? Turns out, the production of animal products πŸ—πŸ– is responsible for about one third of the world's water consumption. In the US alone, 56% of our water is used to grow crops that will feed livestock, while only 5% is used in private homes.

πŸ‘‰ According to data from the Pacific Institute and National Geographic... A single egg πŸ₯š requires 53 gallons of water
A pound of chicken πŸ“ requires 468 gallons of water
A gallon of cow’s milk πŸ₯›requires 880 gallons of water
A pound of beef πŸ‚ requires 1,800 gallons of water
This means that one hamburger πŸ” requires 660 gallons of water to produce -- the equivalent of two months worth of showers.

πŸ‘‰ How are meat and dairy so cheap?
First, animal products are heavily subsidized by the US government, making shelf prices appear artificially low. External costs like pollution are often not taken into account by these industries. Because animals are so densely packed on today's industrial farms, they produce more manure than can be absorbed by the land as fertilizer. The runoff from these facilities grossly contaminates rivers and ground water.
Tyson, America’s largest meat producer, is responsible for dumping more toxic pollutants into our waterways than companies like ExxonMobil and Dow Chemical.

πŸ‘‰Plants for the planet 🌎
By switching to a plant-based diet, you're choosing not to support industries that use up the majority of our water while dumping harmful pollutants into our waterways 😭. Plant foods πŸ₯—πŸŒ½πŸ₯” require only a small fraction of the resources that animal products do, making them a both a sustainable and ethical choice.
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πŸ’š V-dog πŸ’š

Going #PlantBased 🌱 is the Key to Saving Water πŸ’¦!!

πŸ‘‰ Think shortening your showers 🚿 will save us from water shortage? Turns out, the production of animal products πŸ—πŸ– is responsible for about one third of the worlds water consumption. In the US alone, 56% of our water is used to grow crops that will feed livestock, while only 5% is used in private homes.

πŸ‘‰ According to data from the Pacific Institute and National Geographic... A single egg πŸ₯š requires 53 gallons of water
A pound of chicken πŸ“ requires 468 gallons of water
A gallon of cow’s milk πŸ₯›requires 880 gallons of water
A pound of beef πŸ‚ requires 1,800 gallons of water
This means that one hamburger πŸ” requires 660 gallons of water to produce -- the equivalent of two months worth of showers.

πŸ‘‰ How are meat and dairy so cheap? 
First, animal products are heavily subsidized by the US government, making shelf prices appear artificially low. External costs like pollution are often not taken into account by these industries. Because animals are so densely packed on todays industrial farms, they produce more manure than can be absorbed by the land as fertilizer. The runoff from these facilities grossly contaminates rivers and ground water.
Tyson, America’s largest meat producer, is responsible for dumping more toxic pollutants into our waterways than companies like ExxonMobil and Dow Chemical.

πŸ‘‰Plants for the planet 🌎 
By switching to a plant-based diet, youre choosing not to support industries that use up the majority of our water while dumping harmful pollutants into our waterways 😭. Plant foods πŸ₯—πŸŒ½πŸ₯” require only a small fraction of the resources that animal products do, making them a both a sustainable and ethical choice.

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H.O.P.E - Healing Of Planet Earth 🌏
What you eat matters!
You can watch this incredible documentary for free, link below!
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H.O.P.E. is a life-changing documentary uncovering and revealing the effects of our typical Western diet high in animal-based foods. It contrasts the limited interests of the pharmaceutical and agricultural industry with the all-encompassing interests of living beings on this planet and with the power of responsible consumer action. H.O.P.E. is an urgent call to action to all of us to commit to a change towards sustainability and safeguarding our living environment.
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Watch here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0YHjPHm-Sc
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H.O.P.E - Healing Of Planet Earth 🌏 
What you eat matters!
You can watch this incredible documentary for free, link below!
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H.O.P.E. is a life-changing documentary uncovering and revealing the effects of our typical Western diet high in animal-based foods. It contrasts the limited interests of the pharmaceutical and agricultural industry with the all-encompassing interests of living beings on this planet and with the power of responsible consumer action. H.O.P.E. is an urgent call to action to all of us to commit to a change towards sustainability and safeguarding our living environment.
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Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0YHjPHm-Sc

Shows a picture of a chicken living in relatively decent conditions. "It's really quite tempting to get this meat on your plate". No, it isn't? Annoying how much the veganism is undermined by this kind of assumption.

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🌟 Simple Happy Kitchen🌟
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Every day, a vegan saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 35 sq ft of forested land, 20 lbs CO2 equivalent & one animal’s life. 🌎❀️
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🌟 Simple Happy Kitchen🌟
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Every day, a vegan saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 35 sq ft of forested land, 20 lbs CO2 equivalent & one animal’s life. 🌎❀️

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