måndag 14 april 2014

Vegan permaculture, vegan, ecological and environment friendly

-Showing the world how we can live sustainably and ecological in communities; and that we can live a lifestyle that doesn’t exploit humans and other animals.
-Vegan permaculture is important because of that common non-ecological or ecological agriculture in almost all cases involves animal use, isn’t ecological and is very, very destructive for the planet. Usually animal manure is used and methods are used to kill the insects. All monocultures are very destructive. They use huge amounts of fossil fuels and fossil fuels is a major contributor to environmental pollution and global warming. They deplete and destroy the soil and can and have many times lead to desertification. We should as a moral imperative go over to vegan permaculture, which is sustainable and healthy for the planet, and thus healthy for us humans and all nonhuman animals. Vegan permaculture doesn't require fossil fuels and enriches the soil instead of depleting it.

Transportations also involve lots of environmental pollution, burning of fossil fuels and greenhouse gases. By growing our own food locally we don’t need to contribute to this and can minimize our own ecological footprint. To see the destruction of greenhouse gases and pollution, I refer to the resources below.

Richard Oppenlander: Sustainability and Food Choice: http://www.drmcdougall.com/health/education/videos/free-electures/richard-oppenlander/

The Home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU
Dirt the Movie: http://www.thedirtmovie.org/
Planet in Peril: http://edition.cnn.com/services/opk/planet.peril/for.html
Flow: How did a handful of corporations steal our water:
State of the Planet – The Complete Series .. David Attenborough

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