Environmental concerns are becoming a major factor in people’s lifestyle choices, from the brands they buy to the food they consume. Vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based lifestyles are associated with health benefits, animal welfare improvements, and a reduction of harmful environmental practices.

Dividing the reasons into key areas of environmental concerns — including water consumption and the oceans, carbon emissions and pollution, land and deforestation, and animal welfare — the following infographic from Caterquip lists 20 reasons why vegetarian diets are good for the environment.

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20 Reasons Why Vegetarian Diets Are Good For The Environment

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