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Reducing energy and carbon emissions, along with wildlife and waterway protection, are some of the first climate change issues to tackle.

Organic farming uses natural processes like biodiversity and crop rotation to promote sustainability. Unlike conventional farming, organic farming does not use chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, which lead to animal and waterway contamination. Organic farming also creates more fertile soil by introducing organic compounds. The richer soil holds more water and uses less energy.

The Rodale Institute has found that organic farming can lead to 45% less energy consumption and 40% fewer carbon emissions when compared to conventional farming.

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGEs) and conserving water are two big issues in the fight for sustainability.

Livestock is a significant contributing factor to GHGEs and climate change. The US National Academy of Sciences predicts that plant-based diets can reduce GHGEs by at least 29% (and up to 70%!). Studies show that switching from animal protein to plant-based protein could reduce global green water consumption by 21%.

Not to mention, plants are just the best for your body!