We are what we eat!

Transition Indy

What’s in our food?

  • Animal agriculture is synonymous with violence and brutality, the production and release of methane – the biggest driver of climate change.
  • A food system driven through biotech. Pesticides are carried and distributed by rain. It’s no wonder we’ve killed so many insects so quickly.
  • We know that animal agriculture has been a driving force for the destruction of natural habitat.
  • The means that we have used to kill off up to 85% of the animal biodiversity in 40 short years has a direct connection from those behaviors to the threats against the survival of humanity.
  • The loss of insects, of pollinators represents a direct threat to food security.
  • A critical response to a capitalistic system so far out of control is to localize food production.
  • Another critical response to the threat of an economics-driven civilization’s collapse is to reassess our needs: healthy food, clean air and water, shelter, clothing.
  • 4 appropriate responses to climate change are:
    • Reduce demand for by consuming much less animal products, none if possible.
    • Drive much less, even none if possible.
    • Fly much less, even none if possible.
    • Have less children, even none if possible – take better care of the children and beings already on this planet.
  • We need to begin to understand what our own individual impact on natural habitat is, and begin to offset the damages our lives have caused in one lifetime with gains in habitat protection.

Not just stopping new environmental destruction, not just less damage…
but massive new areas of ecological restoration.


Implementing and expanding protections and restorations for all living systems.

Reducing and reversing harm from humankind on the planet.


Rights of Nature | Community Rights

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ONLY VOTING FOR CLIMATE CANDIDATES FROM HERE ON OUT!

Only supporting candidates that are not only going to be transparent and accountable on climate change/ecosystem destruction – but also proactive in immediately implementing solutions at an unprecedented level and speed!


RESIST EXTINCTION NOW!

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Links: Indiana Drawdown & Project Drawdown

Project Drawdown is the world’s leading source of climate solutions.

It’s a world-class research and communication organization which serves as a non-partisan, non-commercial, highly-trusted source of solutions to reverse global warming. Additionally, Project Drawdown is shifting the larger global conversation on climate change from “doom and gloom” to a sense of opportunity, possibility, and hope for the future.

In Phase I, they identified the 100 most effective solutions to reverse global warming. Then they ranked them by cost and efficacy. Phase II is to regionalize these solutions. For example, Georgia Drawdown is doing it at the state level and Cincinnati, Raleigh, and others are doing it at the city level.

And Indiana Drawdown asks, “How can Indiana meet critical emissions goals using the Project Drawdown framework?”

It highlights success stories to inspire greater action. It shares resources freely as our collective understanding evolves. And it encourages radical transparency and partnership — so any concerned Hoosier can participate and solve the greatest challenge in human history.

We’ve already identified over 200 entities implementing Project Drawdown solutions in Indiana. Most of them just don’t know about this framework or of each other. Indiana Drawdown is a framework which will help us row the boat together.
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