Greenfoodie - Environment

Ethical Eating – Is a Vegetarian Diet Worse for the Environment and Animal Welfare?

This is  an interesting article that explores the ethical implications for animal welfare and environmental impacts of a vegetarian lifestyle. What do you think? Ordering the vegetarian meal? There’s more animal blood on your hands The ethics of eating red meat have been grilled recently by critics who question its consequences for environmental health and animal […]

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Greenfoodie - Environment

Meat: a Benign Extravagance

Source @ The Australian – July 16, 2011 – By John Newton WE’RE told we could solve many of the world’s environmental problems if we stop eating meat. But is it true? That’s the question Simon Fairlie – a self-described “agricultural worker, smallholder, environmentalist journalist and hippie” in the UK – sets out to answer […]

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Video Explaining Live Exports

Watch this video to learn about how the welfare of animals exported overseas is being safeguarded.

Greenfoodie - Live Exports

Live Exports – Outback station to cull thousands of cattle

From: ABC News Graziers say they will have to cull thousands of cattle because of the ban on live exports to Indonesia. (AAP: Dave Hunt) The owners of a Western Australian cattle station say they are being forced to cull about 3,000 cattle in the wake of the ban on live exports to Indonesia. Australia’s […]

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Keeping Cattle: Cause or Cure for Climate Crisis?

This is a VERY important lecture that all Australians should watch, delivered by world famous livestock expert Allan Savory from the Savory Institute. The grazing industry has been vilified for many years and accused as the cause of desertification and climate change due to ‘overgrazing’ delicate environments. However, livestock grazing at factors of sometimes 400% […]

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Appeal from a NT cattle station

An interesting article from a Northern Territory grazier affected by the live export ban to Indonesia. Source @ The Northern Rivers Echo: Appeal from a NT cattle station 23rd June 2011 Like many Australians, we have been deeply upset about the cruelty inflicted on animals in some abattoirs. However, we feel there are many issues […]

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