I’m taking advantage of the author of mnmlst’s ‘uncopyrighted’ policy and posting the whole durn thing below:
1. Eat less. Wrote about this recently. Less food consumed means less resources used up and pollution used to create the food and get it to you.
2. Eat less meat. Worldwide, beef production contributes more to climate change than the entire transportation sector. Pork and chicken are also big contributors to pollution and carbon emissions, compared to plants.
3. Eat locally. Transporting food from where it’s grown or raised to where it’s processed and packaged, to your supermarket, has a high environmental cost. Eating locally not only greatly reduces that transportation cost but it supports local farmers instead of corporations. Look for local foods, in season, at farmer’s markets near you, or at your supermarket or local health food store, or get involved with a CSA.