Tommy Humphries on wed 8 aug 01
I went vegetarian for a week while camping and hiking in Colo. with a buddy
who is vegetarian...don't know bout my Co2 emissions, but my methane
emissions went off the scale!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Martin Howard"
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 1:04 AM
Subject: OT Re: food safety
> Any meat eater is responsible for much more CO2 emission during his/her
> lifetime than a vegetarian or a vegan.
> Martin Howard
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Lee Love on thu 9 aug 01
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Martin Howard"
> > Any meat eater is responsible for much more CO2 emission during his/her
> > lifetime than a vegetarian or a vegan.
Not necessarily so. The fish I catch in the river behind my house causes
much less CO2 emissions than that orange or grapefruit flown on a Jumbo jet to
me from Florida. Eating locally can have a greater impact than being a
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