Join Us: A Discussion on Meat Production and the Extinction Crisis

Be part of the Center's Saving Life on Earth series.
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Hi Everyaction,

Meat production is a key driver of global wildlife extinctions and the climate crisis.

When you account for all associated activities, meat and dairy production takes up an astounding 30% of the Earth's surface and 80% of all agricultural land in the United States. It's also a massive source of air and water pollution.

Join me this Thursday, May 21, for our next Saving Life on Earth discussion about our work to protect human health and the environment from the ravages of this powerful industry. The presentation will include the Center's Hannah Connor, senior attorney and factory farm litigator; Stephanie Feldstein, population and sustainability director; and Lori Ann Burd, director of our environmental health program.

We'll talk about COVID-19 and slaughterhouses, Trump's latest policies, the dangers of meat production for wildlife and workers, personal dietary choices, and even the important rise of meatless burgers.

The hour-long webinar will start at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. It's free, but you need to sign up.

We'll see you there.

Tierra Curry

Tierra Curry
Senior Scientist
Center for Biological Diversity

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