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JaneUnChained

JaneUnChained

Monday at 10 AM Pacific

November 04th 2019: Climate Strike & Animal Agriculture

A panel of vegan/animal rights activists, who have attended the climate strike events, talk about how their message has been received by the greater "environmental" community. Teenage Nobel Prize nominee Greta Thunberg's shifting focus is also a topic. Why isn't she talking about animal agriculture's devastating impact on the climate and massive contribution to climate change? Why do some studies say animal ag contributes 14.5% to climate change, while more recent studies have said 51%. What about the new white paper that says animal agriculture is responsible for at least 87% of greenhouse ga

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Lisa Karlan

Lisa has been a Food for Life instructor, with Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, since 2012. She is a volunteer citizen journalist reporting for JaneUnChained.com. She oversees the Learning Kitchen for VegFestLA.
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Donny Moss

Donny Moss is a documentary filmmaker who founded and runs TheirTurn.net. He covers climate change extensively. Here's a snippet of one of this stories.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2754/janeunchained 02/06/2020 07:00 02/06/2020 08:00 JaneUnChained https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2754/janeunchained A panel of vegan/animal rights activists, who have attended the climate strike events, talk about how their message has been received by the greater "environmental" community. Teenage Nobel Prize nominee Greta Thunberg's shifting focus is also a topic. Why isn't she talking about animal agriculture's devastating impact on the climate and massive contribution to climate change? Why do some studies say animal ag contributes 14.5% to climate change, while more recent studies have said 51%. What about the new white paper that says animal agriculture is responsible for at least 87% of greenhouse gas emissions? If that's correct, could the "environmental" movement be pointing in the wrong direction? Could a mistake that misidentifies the biggest cause of climate change be catastrophic? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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