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Opinions on veganism/does vegansim help the worlds environmental issues?

Answered on July 17, 2017
Created May 09, 2017 at 1:19 AM

From my point of view, veganism seems to be a current trend in society. But does the vegan society really make a change to the worlds environmental issues? I don't have very much to say about this topic because I have't put a lot of research into it, which is why I would like to understand some of the publics opinions.

 

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No, veganism doesn't help the environment.

A lot of plant agriculture causes soil erosion eventually causing desertification.

Plants frequently need nutrients that are found in dead animals to improve the soil quality, hence the popularity of blood and bone meal among horticulturalists.

There is a good book dispelling the myths of veganism by Lierre Keith called The Vegetarian Myth.

Veganism isn't good for health or the environment.

For more on this Google Soil and Health, Weston A Price and Beyond Veg.

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even more important, Allan Savory has shown that true soil fertility can be had only with livestock, and that desertification is largely due to the exclusion of animals from cultivated land.

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