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Have Yourself A Merry Little Sustainable Christmas!

Forest Fires: The real damage

Recycling

Sustainability vs Green 

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Deforestation, the problems incurred

O2 & CO2

Climate Change: Global Warming Crisis

Whales & Iceburgs

Machines vs Humans:

The footprints

The origin of Humans consuming meat dates back to millions of years ago. It wasn't much of choice, but rather a natural selection process that was proven to be effective. Rewinding the years back to human ancestors, early Homo—who evolved into modern day humans—decided to consume meat in their diet and survived. Ancestral Australopithecus consumed a wide range of foods, including, meat, leaves and fruits. This varied diet might have been flexible to shift with food availability in different seasons, ensuring that they almost always had something to eat. While ancestors such as the Paranthropus robustus, chose fruits and vegetation—and ended up extinct.

As a race did we consume meat primarily, or as a reserve for when vegetation, fruits, and other plant-based foods weren't readily available?

 

The answer is the latter; we ate meat when we had to, in order to survive. Meat is not our first choice option when it comes to diet. We are a species who thrive off plant-based nutrition, with the genetic capabilities to consume meat and enrich the nutritional areas when we are not receiving enough nutrients from vegetation. 

 

The taste and craving for meat is one that
has been gradually acquired over time by the human race. 

Meat is a valued source of nutrition for many.

Because of this, it is necessary to take a look into where meat is coming from, how it has been processed, and observe the quality and condition of animals before they are processed for consumption. If you choose to eat meat, take into consideration of quality care of farm animals animals in tight spaces, pumped full of antibiotics, and the meat with final additives, aiding longer shelf-life. 

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