Round 5: Submit Results Now
Monday, March 2 - Sunday, March 15
Deadline for submitting results: Monday, March 23.
Reducing meat consumption has the potential to make a big impact on both personal and environmental health. According to Harvard Medical School, there is evidence to suggest that vegetarianism lowers the risk for heart disease, various cancers, and type 2 diabetes.
That being said, no one is expected to become vegetarian overnight. Lessening meat in your diet to any degree helps improve your health and reduce your impact on the environment. For instance, choosing to have one meatless meal a day is a great first step! Check out these options on-campus and in the Triangle for places to get delicious, healthy, and satisfying vegetarian meals.
The Next Step
The Next Step will be postponed until the Fall semester due to the COVID-19 protocols. When the Fall semester resumes with staff, students, and faculty on campus we can proceed with the Green Workplace Certification Next Step Competition.