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James Cameron: Changing Our Diets Will Stop Climate Change

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James Cameron: Changing Our Diets Will Stop Climate Change

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Director James Cameron wrote a piece for Newsweek earlier this month to address how going vegan can help halt climate change. The magazine published a series of opinion pieces throughout the Read MoreThe post James Cameron: Changing Our Diets Will Stop Climate Change appeared first on Ecorazzi.

“The single biggest thing an individual can do is to shift more towards a plant-based diet,” he writes. “It’s a win-win. It’s a win for your health. It’s a win for the environment.”

Oscar-winning director wrote, that “we should all be very aware that climate change isn’t some hypothetical thing that our children are going to face in the future. It’s happening now, with worsening droughts, agriculture crashes, and rising sea levels that will prompt the mass displacement of millions of people. It’s insidious and a lot like rabies, as I always say. By the time you’re symptomatic, it’s too late for a cure.”

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