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Planting at Rainy Sunday Ranch in Snohomish, WA. Farmers and ranchers shared their perspectives for The Nature Conservancy's 2017 Photovoice Project. Photo by Chelsea Johansen.

By choosing plant-based proteins instead of red meats like beef and lamb, you can reduce your foodprint by one-quarter. Intensive livestock-rearing is one of the biggest causes of greenhouse gas emissions.

When you do eat meat, support local, sustainable ranches that steward the land alongside their herds.

   1 meatless meal
× 30 days
   205,966 tons of carbon saved

If Every1 in Washington traded one meat-based meal for plant-based every day for 30 days, we’d save 205,966 tons of carbon from the atmosphere.

That’s equivalent to 5.3 million young trees helping clear our air for 10 years!

Commit + Share

Commit to climate action, and eat one meatless meal every day for 30 days.

Together, we can make a tremendous difference. So let’s bring #EVERY1 on board! Share your commitment and challenge friends in your network.

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