Nature & the Neomnivore
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CitationGasteratos, Kristopher. 2017. Nature & the Neomnivore.
AbstractNature & the Neomnivore is an elaboration by Kristopher Gasteratos of the Cellular Agriculture Society's core tenant, "For the world."
Animal agriculture, at its current scale, requires an exceptional degree of ecological resources and is among the most overlooked causes of environmental detriment. This report seeks to segment the basis for animal agriculture’s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, fresh water consumption, and arable land use, among other tangential environmental consequences of animal husbandry. Upon establishment of the salience of these issues, this report will guide examination of an alternative method of animal product acquisition, cellular agriculture. A primary purpose of this report is to concisely illustrate the impact of animal agriculture environmentally, and the consequential mitigation potential of cellular agriculture. Thus, the novel effort of examining the global, environmental prospective impact of cellular agriculture’s societal adoption is the principal aim of this compendium, and hence, reasoning for environmental neomnivorism will be established.
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