Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The Underestimated Ecological Impacts of Animal Agriculture (by Nicholas Carter)

Click below for a talk by Nicholas Carter (@NicholasDCarter). Carter is a global environmental researcher of animal farming’s impact on climate change. He has published research on the global greenhouse gas emission impacts of animal agriculture and frequently writes about sustainable plant-based farming.

Click here to view the talk, which was recorded as part of the Nation Rising Speaker Series in July, 2021.

More by Nicholas Carter:

The Climate Crisis Secret – article in Sentient Media (2019)

Our Diet is Destroying the Planet – podcast with Simon Hill (the Plant Proof Podcast)

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