Why and How we intend to help to SCRAP factory farming and definitions of key terms.
UK Government and global experts predict that another deadly pandemic is imminent.
Factory farms routinely use antibiotics even though we may be facing a world without working antibiotics. What are the UK government plans and our concerns?
How big is the problem? And how many lives are affected? Live and historical data.
Summary of problems and health risks. How climate, animal agriculture and factory farming are connected and expert advice is ignored by the government.
Whether it be slurry despoiling waterways , toxic chemical run-off or noxious smells factory farming is bad for the local environment as well as globally.
Removing factory farms and not replacing animal numbers via other systems or imports, will de facto move us in line with recommendations for healthier eating.
Consider factory farming systemically
Animal, human and environmental health are all interconnected, Factory farming increases animal disease risk and therefore
human disease risk, animal disease increases greenhouse gas emissions etc
Our money funds factory farms and animal agriculture is heavily subsidised.
The Animal Welfare Act 2006 prohibits causing “unnecessary” suffering (section 4). It also defines an animal’s needs that should be met as having a suitable environment, suitable diet, the ability to exhibit normal behaviour patterns, appropriate housing (with or apart from) other animals, and
the need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.
The SCRAP legal case though the first of its kind is not unique there are many more in both Europe and America
All definitions in one place
The Exxon ‘they knew’ moment for animal agriculture.
There is a whole world of alternatives to meat AND a whole new world is possible without meat
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A summary of the case
What is a pandemic and how serious are they?
Prevention is better than cure - so they say.
Do factory farms emit substantial amounts of N20
Do factory farms emit substantial amounts of C02
Understanding the significance of CH4 methane emissions