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We've heard four distinct visions for the future of meat and livestock. But realistically, won't they all play a role? As we wrap up the series in the next two episodes, we’re going to review what’s in conflict between the four futures and how parts of them might co-exist.
In this episode we ask three experts to consider different arguments presented by the four futures as they relate to health, biodiversity and animal ethics. We ask a professor of diet and population health if it’s better to eat some, a lot, or no meat; we ask a population biologist about how the different futures would help biodiversity to recover; and we ask an animal ethicist about the morality of eating animals and to interrogate the ethical cases put forward by the four futures.
Visit the episode page with more resources: https://tabledebates.org/meat/episode7
Project webpage: https://tabledebates.org/meat
Take the values-based quiz: https://tabledebates.org/meat/quiz
Music by Blue dot Sessions and Epidemic sound.