This House Would Move Beyond Meat
In the wake of damning new evidence, the contribution of meat consumption to carbon emissions is at the forefront of global conversations. In this debate, fears of environmental damage and ethical concerns for animal rights clash with millions within the meat industry facing unemployment, religious and cultural traditions being condemned, and those with medical requirements risking disapproval for putting their health first. In light of these competing concerns, we must confront one of the most urgent issues of our time: should society finally move beyond meat?
Former model, businesswoman, media personality, and activist.
She launched VBites, a vegan food company, and plans to create
a ‘vegan Silicon Valley’ in the North of England.
Professor Jeff McMahan
White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Oxford and
author of The Meat Eaters. He has been a vegetarian for more than
50 years and continues to query the ethics of killing animals.
Writer, vegan feminist, and animal rights advocate. She is known for
having written The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical
Theory, and was inducted into the Animal Rights Hall of Fame in 2011.
Canadian podcaster who runs the blog Don’t Eat That. She eats a meat-only ‘Lion Diet’ and claims this has helped her overcome autoimmune and mood disorders.
Peter Stevenson OBE Chief Policy Advisor to Compasssion in World Farming and recipient of the RSPCA Lord Erskine Award. He was lead author of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation review of animal welfare legislation.
Louise Gray Author of Ethical Carnivore, in which she describes how she spent one year eating only meat she had killed herself. For five years, she was an Environment Correspondent at The Daily Telegraph