GMO’s and how our diet effects climate change and the planet

GMO’s and how our diet effects climate change and the planet


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Expert Panel Hosts: Dr. Brian Clement, Jeffrey Smith, Dr. Richard Oppenlander
(A podcast version of this video is available on iTunes.)

•Jeffrey M. Smith, the most well-known researcher of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and foods, speaks about the grave risks and dangers of GMOs. This lecture has potential to awake the general public to grave risks and dangers of GMOs. It is both a fascinating and very well documented lecture.

•Richard Oppenlander – What we choose to eat is killing our planet and us, yet use of the word ‘sustainable’ is ubiquitous. Explanation of this incongruity lies in the fact that sustainability efforts are rarely positioned to include food choice in an accurate or adequate manner. This is due to a number of influencing cultural, social, and political factors that disable our food production systems and limit our base of knowledge—falsely guiding us on a path of pseudo sustainability, while we devastate the ecosystems that support us, cause mass extinctions, and generate narrowing time lines because of our global footprint that will ultimately jeopardize our very survival as a civilization. Dr. Oppenlander’s goal is to increase awareness in order to effect positive change—before it is too late.

•Brian Clement – When land is used to raise animals instead of crops, precious water and soil are lost, trees are cut down to make land for grazing or factory-farm sheds, and untreated animal waste pollutes rivers and streams. In fact, it has such a devastating effect on all aspects of our environment that the Union of Concerned Scientists lists meat-eating as the second-biggest environmental hazard facing the Earth. (Number one is fossil-fuel vehicles.) And according to a report published by the Worldwatch Institute, a staggering 51 percent or more of global greenhouse-gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture.

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