See Eye-Opening Environmental Documentary ‘Cowspiracy’ in London
There’s a new must-see documentary causing a stir among environmentalists, activists and everyone who cares about the future of our planet. It’s called Cowspiracy – and it’s coming to London! The film reveals the catastrophic environmental impact that large-scale factory farming has on our planet and investigates why the world’s leading environmental organisations are too afraid to talk about it. Billed as a cross between Blackfish and An Inconvenient Truth, it promises to be a riveting viewing experience. Here are a few of the startling facts revealed in the film:
- Animal agriculture is the source of 51 percent of all greenhouse gasses.
- Forty-five percent of the Earth’s land mass is used for animal agriculture.
- About 136 million acres of the rain forest have been cleared for cattle grazing and growing feed crops.
Cowspiracy will be showing in London at Clapham Picturehouse on Monday, 13 October, at 6 pm. The screening is being hosted by yogahaven – book your tickets here. You can also catch the film at VegFest in London on 27 and 28 September. We’ll keep you posted about other upcoming UK screenings.