Meat Climate Change: The 2nd Leading Cause of Global Warming

Meat Climate Change

Meat Climate Change: The 2nd Leading Cause of Global Warming does what the popular documentary “Cowspiracy” could not do – present a comprehensive, scientific analysis of the animal agriculture industry’s climate impacts.

Meat Climate Change is one of the most relevant books of our times, and a blueprint for human survival. Climate warming is a clear and present danger, and food is the second leading cause, next to fossil fuel. Demand for animal products is projected to increase by 50 percent from 2013 to 2025, and 70 percent by 2050. Even if the world went fossil free by 2100, increasing animal consumption will continue to cause catastrophic global warming.

This exciting non-fiction work by Dr. Moses Seenarine shows the way to a greener and brighter future, and provides much food for thought for individuals practicing all forms of diet – from carnivores and omnivores, to vegetarians and vegans. To slow the pace of global warming, it is vital to reduce fossil fuels, use renewable energy, and practice energy conservation. But this is not enough. Reducing animal consumption is critical, and this publication shows how to get us there.

This timely guide contains over 1,000 references in 350 pages, divided into four parts and 31 chapters. It analyzes the Paris Climate Agreement, climate change, and food security from a wide range of perspectives. In addition, it offers numerous climate and diet solutions, from personal change and social action, to policy initiatives.

Meat Climate Change is a must-read, essential handbook on food and climate literacy that should be read by students and adults, foodies and climate experts alike. The book was launched at VegFestLA on May 1st and is available on Amazon.

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