What’s Eating the Planet?

Marc-Antoni

Marc-Antoni is a sustainability enthusiast from Montreal, Canada. Currently living in Tokyo (Japan), he loves sharing his passion for sustainability & the many amazing discoveries being shared. Feel free to reach out if you'd like to connect.

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  1. September 1, 2015

    […] Source: What’s Eating the Planet? | sustainablymotivated […]

  2. January 18, 2018

    […] agricultural industry takes an immense toll on the planet, and if we’re able to simply reduce the amount of meat we consume, we’d be doing […]

  3. April 13, 2018

    […] some of the most gruelling work I faced. Since organic farming necessitates a chemical-free (see What’s Eating the Planet) approach, the majority of the weeding is done manually. Although this doesn’t mean that all […]

  4. April 18, 2018

    […] is the impact these products have on the farmers and growers, and ultimately the soil itself (see What’s Eating the Planet?). On the one hand, the health of those working in the field will be adversely affected by the stuff […]

  5. May 1, 2018

    […] sustainability motivation. With so much of what we eat directly contributing to climate change (see What’s Eating the Planet), it’s no wonder that food is deeply intertwined with Earth Day. Also, Tokyoites love to […]

  6. May 17, 2018

    […] agricultural industry takes an immense toll on the planet, and if we’re able to simply reduce the amount of meat we consume, we’d be doing […]

  7. October 29, 2018

    […] agricultural industry takes an immense toll on the planet, and if we’re able to simply reduce the amount of meat we consume, we’d be doing […]

  8. November 4, 2018

    […] […]

  9. November 21, 2018

    […] it has somehow managed its way into a wide variety of our daily products and snack food. The human diet has a significant impact on the world and climate change, and palm oil is no […]

  10. December 30, 2018

    […] but it has also dramatically impacted the effect human activity has had on our planet (see also What’s Eating The Planet?). On the one hand, it may indeed have been a welcome contribution, yet we must also consider the […]

  11. September 28, 2019

    […] by sector, after the burning of fossil fuels to generate power, heat, and transportation. The food we consume (and waste) has inadvertently become a considerable source of strain on the natural […]

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