Animal agriculture is destroying our forests, polluting our water, and killing off wildlife—all for the sake of a few minutes of pleasure on our tastebuds. If you care about our planet, the human animals, and the non-human animals that inhabit it, being Vegan is the only logical choice. 🌱🌎 Do something nice for our planet today.
I agree with RayKowalchuk. Please give us various serious books written by scientist that can let us understand better and fully your covinction. I roo desire to hrl human specie nit to destroy itself and other species and the Earth. It also true that I saw docimrntaries explaining thet to grow cows need a lot of water and vegetables the costs of which exceed too much the advantage to each protein eating thrm...but also to produce green vegetable or all the vegetables that do not grow in the ground (such carrots and potetos or similar) always need a lot of wather like grains...and we know that wather it is not unlimited...furthermore the cows (and of course human too) expell Geg emissions in good percentage...so I am a little confuse...it seems that if we do not want to killed other species..not to hurt the earth we have to live on quite starving...If I understood wrong or I am wrong I really eould appreciate any polite in scientist remarks. Thank fo the post. All the best (pls excuse my writing and gramma mistakes)
You can’t be a non vegan environmentalist. It’s like being a serial killer human rights activist. It’s not a thing. Go vegan if you care about the future. Catastrophic climate change is coming and soon! ... See MoreSee Less
Seguo questo sito perché credo che tutti abbiano qualcosa di giusto ogni tanto da dire. Non sono una fanatica di niente. Mi piace solo sapere e ragionarci. Quindi non condivido in Totò questo proclama. Buon tutto
2 days ago
The hypocrisy of non-Vegans is astounding.
For example a person who’s willing to stop using plastic straws to save fish, but WON’T stop EATING FISH to save them.
Only one of those things is definitely going to save the fish!
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2 days ago · 4
It’s not a thing 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
2 days ago
Sorry but declarations are not enough to enforce me to change.
Climate change is here. With a vengeance. The entire province of British Columbia is under a state of emergency due to over 560 wildfires. this is the second year in a row that a state of emergency has been declared in BC. What will it take to make us change our ways? What will it take to make us more active?
I cried when I heard this on the radio today. It's one of those days that I know we're not going to turn things around ... even while I can't help but continue to try. It's one of those days when I can't fathom what I can possibly do to make people understand that there's nothing academic about this whole thing. It isn't a joke. And it isn't going to go away.
But if those of us who understand that animal agriculture is a huge part of the problem, if not THE problem, and is the change that we could make most quickly and most effectively for the planet, aren't wanting to be involved in making change, who is going to do that?
What will we say to the children of today in a couple of years when there is no possibility any more of turning things around? When there's nothing left but grief and regret, what will we say to those kids?
I know we all have busy lives, but when our house is on fire it seems to me that we need to think about what our priorities are. Isn't that a good time to do that?
You would do anything for your kids, for your nieces and nephews and grandkids, wouldn't you? This is their home that's being destroyed. And once it's destroyed there's no going back. If we aren't already at that point, it's damn close.
Please get involved in any and every way that you can. Please.
Comfortably Unaware ・・・ "There is an easy way to reduce global depletion, mitigate climate change, minimize world hunger and poverty, and use our land, water, and other resources more efficiently and peacefully-with no slaughtering. The answer to achieving the highest level of relative sustainability can be found on our plates." Dr. Richard Oppenlander, Food Choice and Sustainability. ... See MoreSee Less