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Veganism and the environment—how to do Veganuary sustainably
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Veganism and the environment—how to do Veganuary sustainably

Veganism and the environment may seem to go hand in hand, you might think. But Veganuary, in which people pledge to go plant-based for the entire month of January, isn’t necessarily the greener eating regime that many automatically assume it to be. 

While reducing animal products is better for the planet (helping to reduce climate-damaging greenhouse gasses), it does not matter what you replace them. In plain terms, the air miles and production processes used to bring you your plant-based favorites—from your beloved avocados to nut butter— may still be doing the planet no favors. 

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