picturesque city in northwest Germany has become the first municipality
to introduce a weekly Veggie Day. The campaign has taken its cues from
the success of a similar program in Gent, Belgium where schools,
restaurants and citizens are all participating.
“Veggie Thursday” initiative has received the endorsement of Bremen’s
mayor, Mr. Jens Böhrnsen; its environmental chief, Dr. Reinhard Loske
and a broad-base of consumer and environmental groups.
with its health benefits, campaign organizers state that if 550,000
Bremen citizens stop eating meat for just 52 days in the year, they can
prevent the CO2 emissions of 40,000 cars.
Thursday” organizers and Bremen citizens on your adoption of this
wholesome trend! Surely such noble examples as yours will continue to
spread, with more and more communities joining in the life-saving veg