1. What you can do: Celebrate Earth Day with better food choices

April 2010
Food & Environment Electronic Digest;2010, p1
The article offers tips on how to improve one's food choices and how to buy food produced in modern ways that protect both the environment and human health. Tips provided include eating less meat, buying meat from producers who have embraced smart pasture operations and advantages for human health and the environment. The 40th anniversary celebration of Earth Day is also mentioned.


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