The Counterpunch: The easy consumer solutions that fight animal extinction and deforestation — Palm Oil Detectives

from Barbara Crane Navarro – Rainforest Art shared with thanks

Golden-headed Lion Tamarin Leontopithecus chrysomelas

Although the world is highly complex, every person can make a difference. That previous sentence almost sounds like a cliche right?

Really it’s not. If every person on the planet made a few simple lifestyle changes, it would result in less demand on land and resources and soften the impact of deforestation on endangered species.

The most powerful thing every one of us can do is to #Boycott4Wildlife and boycott the brands that are destroying the forests for palm oil, wood and soy.

Here are a few other changes you can make which collectively can save the natural world.

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Change your diet to be plant-based

Agriculture is the main threat to 86% of the 28,000 species known to be at risk of extinction. Whether or not you should become vegan is beyond the scope of this website. The choice is yours to make.

However, there is overwhelming evidence that if every person changed their diet to be plant-based and reduced demand for meat, we could end deforestation, pollution and stop the mass extinction of thousands of animal species……/continue reading HERE

The Counterpunch: The easy consumer solutions that fight animal extinction and deforestation — Palm Oil Detectives

Barbara Crane Navarro - Rainforest Art Project

from Barbara Crane Navarro – Rainforest Art shared with thanks

The Counterpunch: The easy consumer solutions that fight animal extinction and deforestation — Palm Oil Detectives

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