Comments on “Would you give up meat and milk to save the environment by 2050?”

  1. Bob Jones says:
    09/12/2023 at 7:29 PM

    There is no climate change. Stop making things up. There have been temperature spikes several times over the last 100 years. Stop trashing our economy for this nonsense.

    1. Anthony J Harkin says:
      09/16/2023 at 4:59 PM

      I agree! The data is not picked from one date, but the dates are chosen to maximize the talking point!

  2. Anand Gandharva says:
    09/14/2023 at 7:10 PM

    Great article, but why preach to the converted? Charge personal ecological footprint in product price. It came for free with natural regeneration, but no longer does. The first comment about climate change, right or not, omits there are now 8 billon people on Earth, far exceeding its holding capacity. What was clever before (might is right), constricts us now. If we learn to consume more efficient through public education campaigns and pricing, the current huge problems of environmental stewardship and scarcity will disappear. The Global Village has to integrate and reap the economic benefits of this, while solving environmental mismanagement. ‘Dominion over nature’ was very useful, but needs reinterpretation now.

    1. BPK says:
      09/15/2023 at 10:18 PM

      Who’s converted?
      What’s needed is discussion and education.
      What we are always given is a choice between different
      capitalistic business plans, and more and more military
      oriented surveillance and control.
      This would discriminate against those who don’t do
      well on a vegetarian diet.

  3. alma carman says:
    09/15/2023 at 11:20 AM

    There is no verifiable evidence that reducing the consumption of meat and dairy and their replacement with agro-business vegan items will alter our environment at all, There are other reasons for this propaganda but we must uncover what the real motivation for this push to veganism is all about. Humans have been using cattle for food almost as long as there has been archeological evidence of our presence on this planet. So, NO, I will not eat grass and bugs just to appease some nut with billions of dollars.

  4. BPK says:
    09/15/2023 at 10:13 PM

    Absolutely not – because I don’t think science or technology has proved that a vegetarian diet is equally healthy for everyone.- among other unknowns.

    I also don’t think politically people would not stand for it. Americans would be more than to go to war for meat and oil

    Also as food supply rises in general so does population so there must be some
    block to endless population growth or even that will not matter.

    The aim should be to go back to the land with best organic technologies and get away from factory farms while reducing the population through attrition.


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