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The top contributor to global warming? How we can solve the ethical and environmental impact of eating meat.

by Daniel , 19 January, 2018

Hi everyone,

My team and I been working on a project with top investors, researchers, serial entrepreneurs and universities across Canada and the USA to develop lab-grown/cultured meat.

Here is some fact about eating meat http://www.cowspiracy.com/facts/

Listen to this podcast to learn more about what we're working on http://www.richroll.com/podcast/bruce-friedrich/

Global warming is one of the biggest challenges we face. We need the Canadian government to acknowledge the impact of animal agriculture by charging a carbon/sin tax for the impact it has on our earth. Currently, we have subsidies in place that cost taxpayers money everytime meat or dairy is consumed. 

How do you think we can make an impact here? 

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