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    Jason Das

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    Great to see Two Boots getting more vegan-friendly! Their vegan Earth Mother is nice, but it will be even nicer to have another flavor to choose (this one with some kind of cheese, I assume?)

    Replacing the horse carriages with vintage cars is such a terrible idea. “Safe streets” in the park means no cars. This idea is good for the horses, sure, and good for the gang who drive the carriages (who would presumably transfer to driving these cars), but it’s bad bad bad bad for everyone else.

    This is cutting off the nose to spite the face. I’m against horse carriages in NYC, and I’m against cars in parks. It’s really upsetting that the leading voices of the horse-drawn-carriage abolition movement are so shortsighted on this front.

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    One thing that striked me on vegan day was the environmental impact of all our responsible products. Consumer perception and reality of our food’s environmental impact, I found out, often differs essentially.
    I wrote an article on this, maybe you are interested. “Food Footprints: Subjective Consumer Perception vs. Profound LCA Data”: