Large media organization holds climate conference with fully vegan menu.
United States- headquartered TED, which stands for “Technology, Entertainment, and Design,” held an in-person climate conference called the Countdown Summit, in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The event featured a fully plant-based menu and had 1,000 participants, including Indigenous leaders, scientists, politicians, entrepreneurs, youth activists, artists and more, who gathered to discuss how to restore and protect the planet. A blueprint for an attainable path to net-zero emissions was also presented.
Elizabeth Novogratz, Executive Director of animal-people rights non-profit Species Unite, commended TED for the vegan menu, saying, “This sends a clear message to the world that they are serious about tackling animal agriculture’s catastrophic impact on our planet.”
Way to go, TED, for serving vegan food, the only sure way to solve our current planetary crisis. In the mercy of Heaven, may your wise example have profound effects on society and help to usher in a plant-based era of climate stability.