Five Ways to Go Green on St. Patrick’s Day

Posted on by Nirali Shah

What better day to go green than St. Patrick’s Day? We’ve come up with the following five simple ways that you can make this St. Patrick’s Day one that helps animals and the environment:

1. One of the leading causes of climate change is meat production.

Inform yourself and everyone you know that meat’s not green.

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2. The best thing that you can do to help the environment is to go vegan.

Go green (and help animals!) by pledging to go vegan.

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3. Share the Meat’s Not Green video.

Expose the truth about factory farms!

4. Take it to the streets.

Encourage your family, friends and others to go green too!

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5. Show off your cooking talents.

Make delicious St. Patrick’s Day treats for your friends and family.

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We also suggest a simple-but-scrumptious roasted-potato platter or roasted smashed redskins with garlic aioli or an Asian spin on the Irish classic, curried potato salad.

Oh, and don’t forget to wear green, of course!