Choose to eat less meat and dairy.
- David Suzuki Foundation: Food and Climate Change
- The New York Times: “The Meat-Lover’s Guide to Eating Less Meat“
- The New York Times: “Your Questions About Food and Climate Change, Answered“
- Project Drawdown: Eating a plant-rich diet is ranked #4 on Project Drawdown’s list of the top 100 solutions to global warming.
Buy local food grown using organic/regenerative principals.
Protect trees; plant native species.
Green your yard and garden.
- LexGWAC: “Planting New Ideas”
- Plant an organically managed vegetable garden and grow some of your own food.
- Plant pollinator-friendly native flowers, bushes and trees in your yard.
- Manage the grass you keep with all-natural solutions for fertilizing and, when needed, pest management.
- Avoid use of pesticides/herbicides that are dangerous to our health and to the health of pollinators.