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We already have ethical options for replacing industrial farming

We already have ethical options for replacing industrial farming

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THE industrialised meals system is approaching a crossroads. Although it undoubtedly produces greater than sufficient meals, it’s butting up towards moral and environmental limits. The system, particularly manufacturing facility farming, is doing nice injury to the setting, biodiversity, water assets and animal welfare. It’s also in the end self-defeating as soils can’t maintain it for for much longer – by some estimates we have now simply 60 harvests left.

However environmental and moral considerations typically come into battle. Because the influential thinker Peter Singer factors out in our function “Peter Singer on animal rights, octopus farms and why AI is speciesist”, …

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