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Climate Change. What can I do?

We're so glad you asked!

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Food systems are one of the biggest contributors of CO2 emissions in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can make a real impact if you take a few actions or make small changes.

Make Small Changes...

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​Buy only what you’ll consume, and consume everything you buy.

Eat a plant-rich diet.  Eat lower on the food chain.  This also can be      thought of as eating less meat. Try going meatless one day a week,    some people think of it as Meatless Monday or Green Wednesday.      Or start by eating smaller portions of meat.

Compost your food waste. (Many of the Bay Area counties offer free    kitchen scrap compost bins)

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Simple Things That You Can Do - Right Now

Benefits of Eating Lower on the Food Chain:

• Eating less saturated fat (found in meat) can lead to lower rates of cholesterol
• Consuming less meat and more vegetables means savings at the grocery store
• Choosing plant-based food over meat lowers carbon emissions.
• Lower rates of disease and improved health and well-being.


Did you know that eating less meat frees up land for more crops,
AND growing crops uses less water than raising livestock, too?
That’s a triple win for the environment! 
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