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Every day, we eat an average of 1.8 million chickens, 2016 government figures show.This takes a tremendous amount of resources because chicken feed is not “chicken feed” – it is primarily corn from Argentina and Brazil and we spend RM3bil per year importing it. Breeding animals for meat gobbles up 70% of all agricultural land and a third of the world’s fresh water, according to Wild Aid.To ensure high crop yields to feed animals, commercial farmers use fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides and other chemicals.When rain washes these chemicals into rivers, they become major pollutants, causing biologically “dead zones” in seas, such as the Gulf of Mexico and China’s Bohai Sea.Too often around the world, land for those who can pay for meat gets a priority over land for the poor to just survive.For example, because of our voracious appetite for meat, many forests, including the Amazon, are cleared to rear cattle.Beef in particular requires the most land, at 30sq m to produce one kilo while chicken and pork require about 20sq m.In contrast, it needs just 2sq m of land to produce one kilo of fruits, potatoes and vegetables.

When we stop eating meat and stop the killing and farming of animals for food on this type of massive scale, we are saving our planet. It is not only practical to stop eating meat and also more healthy but it saves our planet literally.Dear friends around the world, This is a very important article as it concerns every sentient being on this planet. Please contribute to saving our planet and ourselves.I have been a long-time advocate for a meat-free diet, and this has come about not only from the Buddhist teachings on compassion towards all sentient beings but also in regards to the health benefits from leading a vegetarian lifestyle.This is what makes meat production so unsustainable – we are using most of our resources to feed animals while we’re running short of land and water.

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There is another cost of cruelty too – conditions in intensive animal farms are simply horrific.Every time you put a piece of meat in your mouth, you are eating away at our planet and bringing it faster to it’s destruction.In fact, as the article below mentions, the meat industry leads to the increase of both medical and environment issues, which could have serious consequences for the world.Animals which are treated more kindly as they graze naturally in green fields – rather than those factory fed an unnatural grain diet – produce healthier “organic meat” (not yet widely available in Malaysia).