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#4. Diet Changes to Help Wildlife

When we think about saving wildlife, we often think about eliminating poaching and creating protected areas – stuff really outside of our daily lives. In reality, we have a lot of power as consumers. Making changes about what you buy and what companies you buy from can make a big difference.

One of the ways we can have the most impact is through our diets. Eating is something we all do every day and our diets actually have a gigantic impact on wildlife. In this episode, learn about the biggest diet changes to help wildlife.

In fact, these changes are one of the biggest things you can do in general to reduce your carbon footprint overall. I give you my own tips and tricks for transitioning to a more wildlife-friendly, plant-based diet. 

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Blog posts and resources mentioned in Diet Changes to Help Wildlife:

Rethink Meat for Animals, People, and the Planet

To Have Kids Or Not To

Citizen Science: How Ordinary People are Changing the Face of Discovery 1st Edition, Kindle Edition

This is a fantastic book on citizen science. There's a whole chapter about how citizens used science to fight back against the pork industry.
This is a fantastic book on citizen science. There’s a whole chapter about how citizens used science to fight back against the pork industry.

Avoiding Meat and Dairy is ‘Single Biggest Way’ to Reduce Your Impact on Earth

Meatless Recipes on My Pinterest Boards

Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Shake

One Meal a Day for the Planet

Vegans: Are They Right?

Shopping at the farmer's market is the best.
Shopping at the farmer’s market is the best.

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