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vendredi 12 mai 2017

ET POURQUOI PAS.. ET COMMENT??? ETC..


 



  BRAVO A CEUX QUI Y CROIENT
 
€17,066 EUR recueillis par 137 donateurs
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€17,066 EUR recueillis par 137 donateurs
68% sur €25,000 
objectif flexible
un mois


 
€17,066 EUR recueillis par 137 donateurs
68% sur €25,000 
objectif flexible
un mois
ON NE SAIT JAMAIS..
D' AUTRES ONT PENSE QUE CELA POUVAIT ETRE SERIEUX ET VALOIR LA PEINE...

  Je suis tombée sur cette annonce sur Twitter ce matin
 c' est un appel de fonds pour un projet de film
  et si toute consommation de viande cessait
 a quoi le monde ressemblerait il??
 quel serait le role des animaux dans cette société sans viande..
DES LAITAGES  SANS VACHES..



 VOIR PLUS ICI
AVEC VIDEO
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THE END OF MEAT - Post-production
Help us finish the film and release it to the world!

Marc Pierschel
Münster, Allemagne



 Although evidence of meat consumption's negative impact on the planet and on human health continue stacking up as animal welfare is on the decline, humanity's love affair with hamburgers, steaks, nuggets and chops just doesn’t end.
In Germany, home of bratwurst and schnitzel, meat is an integral part of the diet. That is, until a few years ago, when perceptions somewhat evolved. Health concerns and meat scandals led to a public debate about the ethical implications of meat consumption and the rise of plant-based diets. Meat producers launched their own vegan products; 100% vegan supermarkets opened; and almost every food manufacturer was adding and labeling vegan options. Is this the beginning of the end of meat? Are we approaching a turning point in the human-animal relationship?
In The End of Meat, filmmaker Marc Pierschel embarks on a journey to discover what effect a post-meat world would have on the environment, the animals and ourselves. He meets Esther the Wonder Pig, who became an internet phenomenon; talks to pioneers leading the vegan revolution in Germany; visits the first fully vegetarian city in India; witnesses rescued farm animals enjoying their newly found freedom; observes the future food innovators making meat and dairy without the animals, even harvesting “bacon” from the ocean and much more.
The End of Meat reveals the hidden impact of meat consumption; explores the opportunities and benefits of a shift to a more compassionate diet; and raises critical questions about the future role of animals in our society.
 


Scientists estimate that we have already passed the ‘peak-meat’ – the point where global meat consumption is sustainable for the planet. We are amidst the sixth mass extinction with animal agriculture as the key driver. While meat eating is on the decline in some western nations, it is on the rise in emerging countries such as India and China. Now is the time to take action and show everyone that a different world is possible.