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‘The Don’t List’: New television ad urges parents to go vegan before it’s too late

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According to the United Nations, about a third of all human-caused greenhouse gas emissions is linked to food production, and the largest percentage of these gases come from the meat and dairy industries.

NICOLE MEYER: A new PETA TV spot airing this week during similarly grim movies The Day After Tomorrow and Zombieland is pointing to animal agriculture as a leading cause of the climate catastrophe and asking viewers, “Are you a bad parent?” while urging them to safeguard their children’s future by banning environmentally devastating meat and dairy from their homes.

Much like The Last of Us’ Ellie (played by vegan Bella Ramsey), PETA’s protagonist is a young orphan trying to navigate a post-apocalyptic world. In the video, she lists the rules her mom enforced—such as not touching the stove or talking to strangers online—to keep her safe: “You said it was your job to protect me. You were always telling me what not to do. … But you never said, ‘Don’t eat meat or dairy.’ Now look what you’ve done,” the girl says before disappearing…

According to the United Nations, about a third of all human-caused greenhouse gas emissions is linked to food production, and the largest percentage of these gases come from the meat and dairy industries… “Kids will face a truly dire future if we continue pumping greenhouse gases from meat and dairy production into the atmosphere,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. SOURCE…

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