What a Vegetarian World Would Look Like

Vegetarianism has become a growing sensation in the West, particularly among North Americans, Europeans, and Australians. Meanwhile in other parts of the world, like India and China, meat consumption is on the rise.

But what if, in some parallel universe, the entirety of the human race turned vegetarian overnight? In this world, the days of sizzling bacon, hearty steaks and succulent fried chicken would be over. The days of the vegetable will have just begun. Our infographic dives into this new, meat-free world, exploring the relationship between meat-eaters, the planet, and our health.

All sources that helped us imagine this new era of vegetarianism can be found at the bottom of the infographic.

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Meat, the champions

Some people, like those in India, may not find this change to their diet so drastic. Others will find it harder to adapt. There are five countries in particular who may resist the most.

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Make it Grain

Some economies depend on people eating meat. These countries might want to adjust their export strategy.

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Run chicken, Run

Billions of animals exist today because they are a part of the livestock industry. What will happen when the livestock industry itself no longer exists?

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Water Waster & Land Grabber

Sometimes we forget, when we enjoy our steak dinner or gobble down a burger, just what has gone into that meal. The livestock industry is surprisingly water and land intensive.

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Cleaner Air For Us To Share

When it comes to cutting our carbon footprint we often remind ourselves to turn off our kitchen light or walk, instead of drive, to the office. But what about telling ourselves not to eat that hot dog?

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More Peas, Less Disease

Many people know that eating more veggies is good for your health, but many studies have found that going vegetarian can have many specific benefits for the body as well.

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