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Take the 30-Day Vegan Challenge as provided on the film’s website, with informative podcasts and engaging videos to encourage you along.
Learn more about director Andersen’s Animals United Movement, a media organization setting out “to effectively and efficiently represent a harmonious voice for all life on this planet.”
Read MEATHOOKED: The History and Science of Our 2.5-Million-Years Obsession With Meat, written by science author and travel writer Marta Zaraska examining the evolutionary, cultural, taste, marketing, biochemical, and anthropological reasons why humans are so hooked on meat.
Challenge your own food perceptions by analyzing how much meat and/or dairy you eat in a single day.
Did you know that eating a hamburger could hurt wolves, polar bears, and pikas? Or that a serving of bacon might harm endangered frogs? New Extinction Facts labels from the Center for Biological Diversity reveal hidden costs to wildlife through habitat loss, greenhouse gases, water, pollution and manure that go into popular meats like chicken, bacon, and hamburgers.
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“Conor McGregor got his ass kicked by a vegan,” boasted UFC Welterweight fighter Nick Diaz via Twitter, three days after his baby brother Nate’s stunning submission win over UFC Featherweight Champion and Sports Illustrated cover boy Conor McGregor.
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“You’re probably reading this blog because you have some questions raised by the film Cowspiracy. I’d like to address these directly – and tell you a little about our work on animal agriculture around the world.”
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“When you think of global warming, it’s common sense to associate the issue with pollution caused by a human population that’s grown at a staggering rate since the birth of industrialization. Filmmakers Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn, however, recently discovered that this isn’t necessarily the case.”
Read the full interview on the Decider.