I like it. Thoughts?
Fallen_Horse wrote: but I don't think any of those things will save as large amounts of animals as convincing people to go vegan will.
Fallen_Horse wrote:beforewisdom, like so many topics on this forum, I partially agree with you. I firmly believe the human population will continue to skyrocket, until this planet looks nothing like we know it today, and that nothing can possibly be done about that.
beforewisdom wrote:encourage investment in artificially created animal products ( lab meat etc )
Talyn wrote:beforewisdom wrote:encourage investment in artificially created animal products ( lab meat etc )
Why on earth should this ever be encouraged from an AR perspective?
JP wrote:yeah its nice to yap about that kind of things and many other things, but they dont have any real significance in real life vegan campaigning or anything
and while its well written and considered position, i wonder if i have ever read anything about him which wasnt part of that anti singer etc crusade? Would be awesome to hear about him doing actual animal rights and vegan campaigning, or am i just getting a very one sided view of his life work?
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beforewisdom wrote:That simply isn't a fact. I talk with people involved in working on the problem. First, people do get convinced to have smaller families. A number of organizations have done and are doing just that. Secondly, there have been breakthroughs. In just the last few weeks in the news it was revealed that birthrates in South & Central America have plummeted...and voluntarily. The birthrate in Brazil, a country similar in geographical and population size to the US has typically been at 6 children per woman. Brazil's fertility rate is now about 2 children per woman, making their fertility rate lower than that of the U.S.. Even the birth rate in Mexico City, an overpopulation hotspot has gone down.
Andrewc wrote:I, and I'm sure the majority of the people here would agree, that veganism is the starting point of moral consistency and true support for animal rights, but I don't think there would be any great harm in being proud of a friend or family member from dropping meat alone from their plates and showing an initial interest in animal issues before progressing further into animal rights theory.
muchluv wrote:When I grow up I want to be Gelert.
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