I remember when I was a little girl, I would sit on my couch and watch High School Musical. I would watch all the characters grow and see amazing people that they would be at the end of their senior year. They
Hannah commented on the post, "America Means Us" Blog Post
Thank you for sharing your opinion of what America means to you. This was very well written and I liked that you stated both perspectives on how America is both amazing and horrible. I agree with you when you talk about America representing diversity. There are so many cultures, races, new beginnings and legacies to be found in this…Read More
Hannah commented on the post, Are there Effective Alternatives to Testing on Animals?
This is an awesome post! I actually have not looked into this topic before now and you have very well explained how animal testing and research using animals is very prevalent and is an ethical issue. I have never heard of ZEBET before and will definitely be looking into their program and what they are doing to limit testing on animals. I…Read More
In my search to find more research on plant based diets and how they can save the environment, I was lucky enough to have the privilege of interviewing Dr. Matthew Burnett, a Naturopathic Physician at Utah1 Comment
In my last youth voice post, I discussed a new plan that New York city schools were implementing into their school systems… Meatless Mondays! As I have continued my research on the topic of plant based diets, I h2 Comments
Hannah, this was a great post. I loved the amount of evidence you used and how methodically you used it to explain your issue. It really helped put things into perspective about the number of people turning to plant-based diets as well as why it is a good idea. It helped to push the issue that climate change isn’t just about fossil fuels, but simply the food we eat. Thank you!
It’s really interesting (and slightly depressing) how much the manufacturing of animal products contributes to global warming. When most people think about carbon emissions, their mind goes straight to fossil fuels and fracking, for example, when in reality food production is as much a contributor. The idea of a state wide mandated ‘meatless’ day is a really good idea and I’m sure it would make people think more about what they’re consuming and how it impacts not only their personal health, but our planet and the environment.
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I found this article to be very educational and interesting. It would be very interesting to see the world try to eat a plant-based diet to save the environment. here’s an article I think would interest you https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49238749