The last century of reckless living, of airplanes and fossil fuels, of fast fashion and plastic have cut the Earth Deep. Reducing our meat intake will allow us to heal.
Today is Earth Day.
You probably already knew this. Especially if your social media is filled with companies touting their green policies and sustainability commitments.
What is Earth Day?
But Earth Day has actually been around since the early 1970s. It was spearheaded by Wisconsin Junior Senator Gaylord Nelson, who wanted to. raise awareness of air and water pollution.
The annual event originally started as a college campus teach-in on environmental damage. Now, it garners the support of more than one billion people worldwide every year and has put companies under an uncomfortable spotlight...