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The Modern Animal-People Rights Movement, Part 2 of 2

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Studies show greenhouse gas emissions from these animal-people raising industries are also the root cause of climate change. As such, many organizations are highlighting the negative environmental impact of animal-people raising and urging people to adopt a vegan diet as a way to combat the growing climate crisis. In 2006, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released the report titled “Livestock's Long Shadow” which identified animal-people-raising industry as the largest emitter of greenhouse gases of all production sectors. In a peer-reviewed paper of 2019, entitled “Animal Agriculture is the Leading Cause of Climate Change,” Dr. Rao further investigated the link between animal-people raising industry and greenhouse gas emissions with a focus on land use and concluded that the animal-people raising industry is responsible for 87% of global emissions.

In 2020, during a discussion with Professor Joyce Tischler, Esquire (vegan), who is affectionately known as “the Mother of Animal Law” and also a Shining World Compassion Award recipient, the famous British author and animal-people rights activist of over 40 years, Kim Stallwood (vegan), envisioned the future of the animal-people rights movement as running alongside the climate movement. “The challenge of the Animal Rights Movement is to achieve moral and legal rights for animals and change how we treat animals. It must enter the mainstream and sit alongside the Environmental Movement, how we treat people, how we feed children. It’s got to become a dominant political issue so that political parties pay serious attention to the issue.”

A June 2023 highly informative and significant article by the Paris Institute for Critical Thinking, “No Climate Justice Without Justice for Animals,” emphasized that animal-citizens’ justice and climate justice are inextricably linked. At this critical and urgent moment of climate crisis, our Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai, recommends that an animal-citizens’ meat ban be declared by executive order of presidents or other heads of state so that it can come into effect immediately. “All the leaders just have to sit together and sign it. Animal-people meat ban, fish ban, all animal-people products ban. Very simple, they can do it.”
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