Cowspiracy Is a Riveting, Eye-Opening, Alarm-Sounding Movie and the Best Among All Environmental Movies to Date
Cowspiracy is an explosive film that exposes how environmental organizations aren’t telling the truth when it comes to educating people on the best ways to protect the environment. Produced by the dynamic film duo of Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn, who later teamed up to create What the Health, Cowspiracy exposes just how powerful the animal agriculture industry is and how deep its influence permeates, affecting even environmental organizations.
Cowspiracy Is a Call to Action for Every Human Being Alive
Cowspiracy is truly a clarion call for every man, woman and child alive to understand the extremely negative environmental impact their food choices make. Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn present scores of statistics showing how deep animal agriculture’s environmental impact runs. Cowspiracy arrives like a blaring siren, with environmental experts urging that drastic action needs to be taken now to prevent the end of the world as we know it come 2050, when 9 billion to 10 billion human beings are projected to inhabit the Earth. It’s believed that the planet cannot sustain this population if the masses continue to eat animal products; land and water resources are projected to be at a premium with such a population.
Once you watch Cowspiracy, you might feel compelled to take to the streets, delivering this urgent vegan message! Fruitarian Store creator Brian Rossiter admits he couldn’t stop talking about this movie for a full year after seeing it for the first time in spring 2015—and continues to bring up this most important of all environmental movies today.
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Cowspiracy Filmmakers Zoom in on Issues to Present a Crystal-Clear Picture
“It’s looking from a perspective where no one has really looked before. We are exploring questions and angles to topics that seem commonplace like the environment and health, but no one has asked in this particular way. We really just dive as deep as you can because we want to know the whole truth, not just partial truth. We want to get down to the bare bones of who, what, why, where and just the whole gamut.”