Tyler Ludens wrote:It's not possible to have healthy ecosystems without the inclusion of animals. If we're not willing to eat the animals then we have to allow for large predators. Are the vegans cool with large predators where they live? Or do they only want large predators "in the wilderness"?
Andrew Brock wrote:I'm surprised nobody is talking about the C02/methane point in the movie. The point about space and management of animals is not the emphasis of the movie. The main point is that industrial animal Ag has huge emissions. Even if the true contribution of greenhouse gas is only 10% , reducing consumption of factory farmed meat can move the needle. This isn't being talked about widely, which was the main point of the movie
A Walton wrote:
Most people eat cows and pigs. Is that what you are talking about? Historically, what large predators kept pig and cow populations in check?
If you are talking about deer, elk, and other animals that people hunt to feed themselves, that has nothing to do with the movie being discussed.
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