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The women saving the planet

‘I’ve saved 665 animals’ lives so far’

Paulette Emery, 45, lives in Milton Keynes with husband Steve, 45, and their children, Lana, 14, and Maylie, 11.

I used to eat meat every day. Bacon for breakfast, ham in my sandwich and mince, chicken or fish for dinner. I never considered how food affected the planet. But then, four years ago, I watched the documentaries and on Netflix, exposing animal agriculture as one of the leading causes of climate change. ‘How didn’t I know any of this?’ I gasped to my husband, Steve, then 41. I made it my mission to find out more: I watched other documentaries and

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