Video: Climate Change 2.0: Chomped if We Want It!

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A new video from international environmentalists Robert Goodland and Jeff Anhang, created as part of the Chomping Climate Change campaign, has been featured on Sir Paul McCartney’s Meat Free Monday campaign website.

The video comes shortly after the most recent rounds of COP17 talks in Durban, South Africa, and is designed to outline what people can do to help limit greenhouse-gas emissions and reduce the dangerous levels of carbon already in the atmosphere.

With a recent UN report on climate change, and Worldwatch Institute’s Livestock and Climate Change report both finding the livestock industry responsible for a very significant proportion of global greenhouse-gas emissions, the answer is clear: ditch dairy products, meat and eggs from your diet.



  • Brien Comerford commented on December 22, 2011 at 1:37 am

    Do not have any faith in the United Nations. They know that the beef, pork, poultry and fishing industries cause massive pollution, deforestation and environmental crises.

  • John Alexander Gibson commented on December 22, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    I’m going vegan on 1st Jan 2012, we all need to realise the devastating effect that our continuing obsession with animal products is having on the planet. First and foremost people should stop consuming animal products to prevent any more animals from suffering a horrific torture, but as well it’s clearly visible that the industries that profit from murdering animals are destroying our planet. I recently watched David Attenboroughs frozen planet and he clearly showed how quickly the northern ice cap is melting and if it continues at its current speed it is going to raise the sea level causing huge devastation for low level countries, as well as driving the polar bears to extinction because when all the ice is gone the polar bears will not be able to reach their feeding grounds and they will be stranded and starve to death. Climate change must be at the top of the agenda along with animal rights.

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