An entire city takes responsibility for its environmental footprint

May 13, 2009 at 20:48 Leave a comment

ghent61One of Europe’s most traditional cities, Ghent in Belgium, announced it will have one veggie day every week from this week. According to the UN, livestock accounts for 20% of all greenhouse emissions. Hence, a reduction in the consumption in of meat means a significant cut in emissions.

This will make the Ghent the first city in the world to go vegetarian once a week. Approximately 90,000 veggie street maps will be created to help people find vegetarian stores and restaurants throughout the city.

Harun Rabbani


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