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Two Years to Change the World
From ClimateHealers.org

Summary of Glen Merzer's book Food Is Climate...

It is high time that we courageously face the truth on all these issues, lest our children quote Rudyard Kipling in the future, ďIf any question why we died, tell them because our fathers lied.Ē In a Vegan world, we would need to allocate about 10% of the ice-free land area of the planet for our food production, thus enabling us to return 40% of the ice-free land area of the planet and the entire ocean, about 80% of the earthís surface back to Nature.

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The obvious solution to the climate crisis is staring us in the face three times a day on our meal plates

The UN recently posted a warning that humanity has just two years to make dramatic changes needed to prevent irreparable damage to the planet. Yet, even while issuing that warning, the UNís climate chief, Simon Stiell, was painfully silent on the simplest explanation for our predicament, our folly of exploiting and killing trillions of innocent animals unnecessarily every year.

This is the Cow in the Room prevalent in all aspects of our lives today. The obvious solution to world hunger is staring us in the face three times a day on our meal plates. For us Climate Healers, it is self-evident that if we can raise and feed 90 billion land animals and slaughter them each year for our meals, then surely we can feed 8 billion humans without starving a billion people. Therefore, world hunger is a choice we make three times a day and it is time to take responsibility for our choices and for the 10 million human lives lost each year from hunger related causes.

The obvious solution to chronic diseases is staring us in the face three times a day on our meal plates. For us Climate Healers, it is self-evident that the optimum amount of animal foods in a healthy human diet is precisely ZERO. Yet our schools are plying animal foods to our children, aided and abetted by our governments, in a bid to turn them into adults with unhealthy dietary habits. Chronic diseases are a choice we make three times a day and itís time to take responsibility for our choices and for the tens of millions of human lives lost each year from such avoidable causes.

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