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Eating Our Way To Extinction



A Cinematic Feature Documentary that Shows the True Cost of our Current Relationship with Animals.

The Plant-Based Lifestyle movement is perhaps the largest, and fastest growing movement in the world. Many of those involved are incredibly pro-active when it comes to inspiring positive social change to all around them. As people who take an active role in the betterment of our world, we need tools to educate and inspire others in the most effective way.

There are several recognised documentary films that cover the different individual aspects of the movement, and more often than not, when you hear the reason someone decided to go vegan, it was because they watched one of these titles.

We all know how much of a challenge it is to get someone to sit down and watch just one of these films, let alone three or four. So Eating Our Way To Extinction is the ultimate Plant-Based Lifestyle feature documentary that covers all the most important aspects of the movement:

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The film looks at the latest science of what is happening to the ecology and climate of the planet and shows the conclusive evidence that the main cause is animal agriculture.

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The film will feature the latest research from some of the world’s largest studies on human health and nutrition, that show beyond any doubt that a Plant-Based diet, free from animal products, is far healthier for humans in the long term.

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We will be showing the explosive and damning evidence that exposes the twisted economics in the foundations of an industry that is one of the most corrupt in the world.

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We look at some ground breaking new research from animal-behaviourists that shows us how farm animals and fish are not only far more intelligent than most people give them credit for, but also share many of the same emotional needs and wants as humans.

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The shift towards a plant-based diet has become a global phenomenon. The film looks at the explosive growth of the plant-based food industry, and how the meat and dairy industries in the modern world are, although they won't admit it, beginning to collapse.

Celebrities, leaders and famous athletes all over the world are making the switch, and the growing interest in a plant based lifestyle is hitting the mainstream media almost every day. The film will aim to leave audiences feeling moved and inspired; that by making the shift to a plant based diet, they are joining millions of people all over the planet in a global movement that is beginning to change the world.

https://www.backerkit.com/projects/eating-our-way-to-extinction-animals-vegan

#EatingOurWayToExtinction #documentary #film #livestock #industry #air #water #soil #environment #pollution #animals #compassion #meat #consumption #plant-based #eating #diet #movement #food #choice #BroxstarFilms #docu-films
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skanda42 3 years ago


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Eating Our Way To Extinction



A Cinematic Feature Documentary that Shows the True Cost of our Current Relationship with Animals.

The Plant-Based Lifestyle movement is perhaps the largest, and fastest growing movement in the world. Many of those involved are incredibly pro-active when it comes to inspiring positive social change to all around them. As people who take an active role in the betterment of our world, we need tools to educate and inspire others in the most effective way.

There are several recognised documentary films that cover the different individual aspects of the movement, and more often than not, when you hear the reason someone decided to go vegan, it was because they watched one of these titles.

We all know how much of a challenge it is to get someone to sit down and watch just one of these films, let alone three or four. So Eating Our Way To Extinction is the ultimate Plant-Based Lifestyle feature documentary that covers all the most important aspects of the movement:

Obrázek/fotografie
The film looks at the latest science of what is happening to the ecology and climate of the planet and shows the conclusive evidence that the main cause is animal agriculture.

Obrázek/fotografie
The film will feature the latest research from some of the world’s largest studies on human health and nutrition, that show beyond any doubt that a Plant-Based diet, free from animal products, is far healthier for humans in the long term.

Obrázek/fotografie
We will be showing the explosive and damning evidence that exposes the twisted economics in the foundations of an industry that is one of the most corrupt in the world.

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We look at some ground breaking new research from animal-behaviourists that shows us how farm animals and fish are not only far more intelligent than most people give them credit for, but also share many of the same emotional needs and wants as humans.

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The shift towards a plant-based diet has become a global phenomenon. The film looks at the explosive growth of the plant-based food industry, and how the meat and dairy industries in the modern world are, although they won't admit it, beginning to collapse.

Celebrities, leaders and famous athletes all over the world are making the switch, and the growing interest in a plant based lifestyle is hitting the mainstream media almost every day. The film will aim to leave audiences feeling moved and inspired; that by making the shift to a plant based diet, they are joining millions of people all over the planet in a global movement that is beginning to change the world.

https://www.backerkit.com/projects/eating-our-way-to-extinction-animals-vegan

#EatingOurWayToExtinction #documentary #film #livestock #industry #air #water #soil #environment #pollution #animals #compassion #meat #consumption #plant-based #eating #diet #movement #food #choice #BroxstarFilms #docu-films
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This is you. This is me. We usually do not see it this way, but it is a mirror of us. Little by little, each day, we throw away our garbage without much thought to it. How rarely we get to see the amount of waste we produce over time. When we do we get shocked, maybe even a bit embarrassed, over the quantities of our consumption. Photos like these serves as a reminder that we should resist excessive consumption which has become part of our lives. Hopefully we will notice that we cannot create so much garbage, we have to live smarter. Producing so much garbage is not solely our fault because we are all a cog in the machine, but we are not entirely innocent ether, because we do not do anything with this situation. It's enough to do small steps at a time to produce less trash, start with yourself and work outwards from there. At least think about it and look at your habits. Photo projects like this 7 days of garbage helps us see and realise. It shows the beds in which we lie with all our junk, desired or not, remember where it came from.

“By asking us to look at ourselves, I’ve found that many are considering the issue more deeply. Many have said the process of saving their garbage and laying in it reconciled them to a need for change. Others feel powerless. It isn’t their fault that the products they buy are disposable and come with excessive packaging. Our economic model and its necessity for growth fuels the waste epidemic – and makes conservation seem untenable.” - Gregg Segal

We work and work, making money in order to consume, this is our way. I wish that the advertisement industry didn't have so much power over us. We are consumers and our lives revolves around it. The industry is so good now that it knows what we want before we want it. The continuous consumption leads to ever more trash, a vicious circle.

The photo series that puts a spotlight on our consumption and garbage are the work of the photographer Gregg Segal http://www.greggsegal.com #Photo #Consumption #Consume #Trash #Garbage #GreggSegal #Change #Recycle #Society
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skanda42 3 years ago
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This is you. This is me. We usually do not see it this way, but it is a mirror of us. Little by little, each day, we throw away our garbage without much thought to it. How rarely we get to see the amount of waste we produce over time. When we do we get shocked, maybe even a bit embarrassed, over the quantities of our consumption. Photos like these serves as a reminder that we should resist excessive consumption which has become part of our lives. Hopefully we will notice that we cannot create so much garbage, we have to live smarter. Producing so much garbage is not solely our fault because we are all a cog in the machine, but we are not entirely innocent ether, because we do not do anything with this situation. It's enough to do small steps at a time to produce less trash, start with yourself and work outwards from there. At least think about it and look at your habits. Photo projects like this 7 days of garbage helps us see and realise. It shows the beds in which we lie with all our junk, desired or not, remember where it came from.

“By asking us to look at ourselves, I’ve found that many are considering the issue more deeply. Many have said the process of saving their garbage and laying in it reconciled them to a need for change. Others feel powerless. It isn’t their fault that the products they buy are disposable and come with excessive packaging. Our economic model and its necessity for growth fuels the waste epidemic – and makes conservation seem untenable.” - Gregg Segal

We work and work, making money in order to consume, this is our way. I wish that the advertisement industry didn't have so much power over us. We are consumers and our lives revolves around it. The industry is so good now that it knows what we want before we want it. The continuous consumption leads to ever more trash, a vicious circle.

The photo series that puts a spotlight on our consumption and garbage are the work of the photographer Gregg Segal http://www.greggsegal.com #Photo #Consumption #Consume #Trash #Garbage #GreggSegal #Change #Recycle #Society
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