Eat less meat
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Many Edmontonians suggested eating less meat as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Whether it's meatless Mondays or going vegetarian or vegan, cutting back on meat consumption can reduce our environmental impact. The production, processing and distribution of meat creates greenhouse gas emissions that are in addition to the production, processing and distribution of plants (whether that be feed for livestock or food for human consumption). Also, consider checking where your food comes from - different farming practices affect the environmental impact of the food you eat.
If meat is a regular part of your diet, start by replacing one or two meals a week with an alternative such as lentils. There are some great recipes online that you can try.