We are pleased to have contributed to an important new article published by the Sustainability Times, written in collaboration with World Alliance for Breastfeeding (WABA) and the Center for Biological Diversity.
“The challenges facing breastfeeding parents illustrate the need to incorporate solutions that address both planetary health and human health. For example, producing milk for formula requires an excessive amount of water and land, while leaving behind an unsustainable amount of toxic manure and greenhouse gas…” Read more here
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