Humanity has wiped out 60% of all animals since 1960 https://www.theguardian.com/environ...cWb9S4b0EbHBO0e0-dlZrrlese3OxidZO9fsT51OVedZ0 I certainly have become more environmentally conscious these last few years. The gf is a conservation ecologist and pescatarian and i have ended up cutting my meat consumption this year by a fair amount because of what i have learn from her. I have also become incredibly aware of all the plastic i buy and throw away. It never struck me how many resources the meat industry took up. 77% of agricultural land being used for feeding or raising animals for consumption. Lets also not forget the contribution to greenhouse gasses as well as the amount of water and fuel used. We are at a tipping point, many have thought we have gone over it. We wont completely wipe out life on earth but we are certainly on our way to making things uninhabitable for ourselves and future generations. Has anyone else changed their habits or have changed their habits? Are you doing anything to push for environmental change?