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Every second the area the size of a football is cleared in the Amazon to produce 250 beef burgers.
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When I'm finally vegan I'll send you a carrot

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I'm not sure if any of you watch Fox Business Network but Beyond Investing Chief Investment Officer Larry Abele will be on the Varney & Co show today Wednesday at 9.45am Eastern talking about the US Vegan Climate Index #veganindex #veganinvesting ... See MoreSee Less

Climate VeganFox Business Network talkin' Vegan? Wow.

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Not only that, humans are clearing the rainforests at an alarming rate 🛑

Some Vegan Facts: Fact 107.
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Not only that, humans are clearing the rainforests at an alarming rate 🛑 

Some Vegan Facts: Fact 107.

"In 1630, the estimated area of U.S. forest land was 1,023 million acres or about 46 percent of the total land area. Since 1630, about 256 million acres of forest land have been converted to other uses—mainly agricultural. Nearly two-thirds of the net conversion to other uses occurred in the second half of the 19th century, when an average of 13 square miles (mi2) of forest was cleared every day for 50 years. By 1910, the area of forest land had declined to an estimated 754 million acres, or 34 percent of the total land area. In 2012, forest land comprised 766 million acres, or 33 percent of the total land area of the United States. Forest area has been relatively stable since 1910, although the population has more than tripled since then." USDA

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