While action against climate change is beginning to rapidly pick up among individuals and organisations alike, the pet industry, admittedly, is a little slow on jumping on this band wagon. Unfortunately, our furry friends are producing an unimaginable amount of waste each year. In the United States alone, 64 million tons of carbon dioxide are produced each year by pets, according to a study conducted by UCLA. That equates to 25 to 30 percent of the environmental impact of meat consumption in America. If we don't change the way we raise our pets, it won't be long before both we and our pets suffer the effects of climate change. Here are some tips on how to reduce your pet's carbon footprint.