A meat eater contributes 1.5 tonnes more of greenhouse gases per year than a vegetarian. This means that our diet change will make more difference than if we replace our standard petrol car for an efficient hybrid car, which reduces annual greenhouse emissions by roughly one ton a year. India’s livestock of roughly 485 million contributes more to global warming than our vehicles 11.75 million metric tons per year up from 9 million metric tons in 1994..
He now volunteers in a bone marrow match program at the nursing school. Last year he and his three siblings started the Axtmayer Cancer Fund under the umbrella of the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven to promote advocacy and raise awareness for cancer patients aged 18 to 40. “It’s a chance to give back,” he says..
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Plan, Plan, Plan It won’t happen overnight. Nothing good ever does. In the beginning, you’re going to create a plan then be ready to work that plan. In urban slum areas such as Nairobi Kibera slum (also the largest urban slum in Africa), HIV/AIDS is endemic, and women find themselves at a much higher risk than men of being infected, a consequence of gender inequality and widespread sexual violence against women in slum areas. Infected women in slums find themselves highly stigmatized and are often unable to find sustainable work and income; the struggle is often exacerbated by the fact that their husbands have either left them (after having infected them no less), or have died from the illness, leaving these unemployed women as the sole care providers for their children (often also infected). Without a sustainable source of income, these women cannot provide for themselves or their children nor can they purchase the antiretroviral medications that keep them alive and healthy..