If mouse see then you will to see The meat processing industry is an increasingly monopolized sector of the global capitalist economy that uses animals as ultra-processed raw materials in automated and cost-reduced production processes. Only the shareholders of the meat industry benefit from this, to the detriment of all other stakeholders: precarious employees in … Continue reading FOR THE DEMOCRACY OF FOOD
Awareness that we need to put an end to energy-intensive agriculture also requires a major departure from our eating habits, which are still largely based on meat choices. So what will make up the diet of our future? Will we be driven by a vegan diet? Is the solution in veganism? Depends on how we … Continue reading Will we be driven by a vegan diet in the future?
Researchers Potsdam Institute for research into the impact on the climate have calculated that we could replace 20 percent of the beef consumed in the world with an alternative protein from fungi 2050 halved the rate of global deforestation. As previously reported, in the field of food industry developed rapidly various meat substitutes and protein, … Continue reading Would you trade beef for ‘mushroom’ meat and thus help save forests?
Populations of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects across Europe are declining sharply due to harmful intensive farming practices. Europe's leading scientists are therefore calling on the European Union to reform the currently destructive Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and, consequently, to halt its, often irreversible, eradication of nature. Organizations across Europe and beyond, represented by … Continue reading More than 2,500 scientists sign: Intensive agriculture is destroying our nature!
The study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, highlights the impact of humankind on biodiversity and wildlife on Earth, even though people represent only a small fraction of all life on the planet. On the day of the publication of the study (21 May … Continue reading 60% of all mammals on Earth are farm animals
The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) and GRAIN, in their latest report entitled "Emissions Impossible: How Big Meat and Dairy Are Heating Up the Planet", present the extent to which the meat and dairy industry is contributing to global warming. The report covered the 35 largest companies in the meat and dairy industry … Continue reading How meat, milk and dairy products affect the warming of our planet
Recommended sustainable food is wholesome, fresh, locally and peacefully grown food of plant origin. A well-functioning supply chain with crops and food is essential for the cycle of recommended sustainable food. In fact, food security is a fragile balance that is systematically ensured through prudent planning of safe food production and processing. Sustainable nutrition is … Continue reading RECOMMENDED SUSTAINABLE FOOD, Our survival depends on.!.!.!
Vegan alternatives to leather could save much more than just animal lives. A group of scientists has high hopes for mushroom leather, which they believe will be a new replacement for animal leather. Mushroom mycelium can be a great replica of animal leather and predictions include a solution to our planet. What exactly is mushroom … Continue reading Mushroom leather: An alternative that will save our planet?
If we want to take animals seriously as co-creatures, we must in any case recognize their right to respect for their animal dignity, which protects them from abuse as experimental objects. The conflict between monkeys, dogs and cats being mistreated in experimental laboratories, on the one hand, and the interests of medicine, the pharmaceutical industry … Continue reading MASS LIVESTOCK AS A CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE?MASS LIVESTOCK AS A CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE?
Nobel laureate Pachauri sees meat production as having a detrimental effect on climate change Earlier this week, at the Savoy Palace in London, representatives of governments and environmental organizations spoke at the forum "Compassion in World Agriculture" about the impact of meat production and consumption on climate change. Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, the UN's chief climate … Continue reading Cows as organic bombs
This is considered an animal's basic right to life. As long as our society is predominantly fixated on meat consumption, this basic right can only be consolidated step by step by limiting the related legal regulations. The basic right would initially prohibit surplus production of animals for slaughter, which currently leads, for example, to the … Continue reading THE GOAL OF ANIMAL PROTECTION IS THE RIGHT TO LIFE!
In defending veganism, sooner or later you inevitably run into arguments such as:"If we stopped eating meat, cows / chickens / pigs / animals would flood the world."“The vegan diet, especially fresh, relies on transporting food from other parts of the world. Eating omnivorous and locally is much healthier and more environmentally friendly. ”"Intensive plant … Continue reading Can vegan food feed us all?