Will we choose peace or violence? Will we let others live in freedom, as we wish to, or steal it away from them? Will we work at conserving the world around us, allowing it thrive, or will we contribute to it's destruction? Will we choose to face the truth or turn a blind eye in the name of tradition, profit or supremacy?
What will you do today? The decisions that you're making now instantly change our reality. They create our tomorrow.
Leave animals and their stolen products off of your plate. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of climate change, species extinction and animal abuse.
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In real time, exponential increases in species extinction happen in ever increasing mass die-offs. I'e., in ecological time, species extinctions are not a slow diminishing of populations; extinctions happens in big tragic chunks of lost life as described in this sobering article:
"The same grisly story has been replayed ... In this springtime massacre, an estimated 200,000 critically endangered saiga – around 60% of the world’s population – died. “All the carcasses in this one of many killing zones were spread evenly over 20 sq km..The pattern was strange. They were either grazing normally with their newborn calves or dying where they stood, as if a switch had been turned on. I’ve never seen anything like that....”
The leading cause of mass species extinction and climate change is Global Animal Agriculture (GAAg). Or more specifically, the *customers* of GAAg, meat and dairy eaters are the leading cause of mass species extinctions and climate change.
More than half of all lands now used by humans (~60%) are used by GAAg to graze farmed animals and to grow feed crops for farmed animals. About half of those lands were once original native forest. Scientific research has proven that if (just) those original forests were re-forested, the new forests would sequester more CO2 in ~20 years than humans have put into the atmosphere since the beginning of the industrial age (~1750).
That is why the transition to a vegan diet is the single most effective change an individual can make to forestall climate change and end the mass extinction crisis.
We can't depend on government or industry to lead this change. We must led this change ourselves through a mass consumer revolution unlike any in history. We can do this. Join our team page at Save the Animals, Save the Earth, and learn how you can join the increasing number of people making a stand for change to Save the Animals, Save the Earth, and save ourselves. ...