So the “go vegan as a family” idea didn’t make it through, it finished in 6th place for Agricultural policy, but needed 3rd or above :( … but these two did and deserve your vote:
Obama’s progressive stance apparently translates into moves towards human health and animal wefare, in the form of less subsidy for the meat industry and greater availablity of healther food for schools.
OK – I wrote and produced this track about a year ago in an all night session on the front deck – with a guitar and a laptop.
From the influential food critic of the New York Times, the call for Americans to reduce their meat consumption by 50%, and to end industrial animal agriculture, should pack more punch.
But if everyone just went without meat and dairy products for a day – or ideally pledged to halve their overall ongoing consumption, it would have a much larger and more immediate impact than turning off more of our lights more often.
This report from Voiceless, Australia’s priceless fund for Animals: Voiceless applauds the Australian Law Reform Commission for devoting the current edition of its twice yearly publication, Reform, to the subject of Animal Law.
Focusing on the soulful founders of western civilization, musicians and actors that we all know and love, this video will reveal a number of your favorites as vegetarians!
“What is surprising to me is that these chimps have no chemist, no lab… They simply move in and collect plants and eventually find themselves getting cured,” the 27-year-old marvelled.
I am particularly impressed with the vow to not engage in modern scientific (cruel and environmentally devastating) agriculture.
It’s not only about health, land use efficiency, environmental health, or even animal welfare and rights.
The World Society for the Protection of Animals needs our help in reaching the 10 million mark on their petition.