Scientific Vegetarianism

„Well-planned vegan and other types of vegetarian diets are appropriate for all stages of life, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood and adolescence,”  was declared in an article of a science magazine (Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 2003. Vol 64. No 2).

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Krishna Valley in The Times

Even The Times magazine took notice of the sustainable community of Krishna Valley. With the headline “Self sufficiency” an article with a huge picture was published in the magazine’s issue of 9 February, 2009.

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Save the World, Be a Vegetarian!

Scientific facts corroborate, anyone can easily become environmentalist. Join the populous camp of vegetarians!  –  Will I be healthy? –  Yes, you will. Compared to meat consumers, the chances for vegetarians to get various diseases of vascular and digestive systems or high blood pressure are 30-70% less.

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Weather Makers: Meat Consumption and Climate Change

Even if connection between meat consumption and climate change is a clear fact according to scientific researches, it does not get appropriate publicity and attention. Meat production is one of the major reasons of climate change. Animal breeding farms and factories produce several million tons of CO2 and methane per year.

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Models for Environmental Crisis Management

Even city dwellers have several choices to actively take part in reducing climate crisis. Many tiny GREEN changes remarkably contribute to decrease present and approaching crises. However, those who take their roll seriously even try to get out from the consumer society’s madness. Gradual reduction of demands improve every individual’s inner harmony and tranquility, rather […]

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Eco-logically

This year our Eco-logic Clubs will start with the contribution of partner universities and colleges. The topic of the first meeting will be the following: “Sustainability is feasible.” The know-how of feasible sustainability will be available on the website later… We invite everyone interested to a discussion beginning with a short presentation.

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