Even as trading on the public’s sentiments about the cruelty with which they charge those involved with animal agriculture, activists fail to address the eco-impact of their preferred diet.
If more proof were needed that veganism is primarily a feel-better guilt eraser for a small slice of affluent folks in the U.S. and Europe, that evidence has arrived. And just in time for the holidays!
Sure, you can believe that wolfing down an Impossible Burger is the ticket to saving the world from climate disaster. Or, you could recognize there are far better ways to achieve that goal.
The long-term trend line for meat and poultry consumption might seem depressing. But a new prediction suggests that in the years ahead, meat-eating will dominate vegetarian alternatives.
Giving up meat and embracing vegetarianism is supposed to turn its followers into enlightened, evolved beings ‚Äî unfortunately, their comments about meat-eating are anything but.
In a unique advertising campaign, an iconic American fast-food restaurant plans to keep its sandwiches veggie-free, but will help plant 10 million vegetables in community gardens.
Who’s to blame for climate change? Oh sure, plenty of accusations get leveled at livestock. But one activist now claims those indictments ignore an equally guilty population: people’s pets.