Pigs being fed at a farm in eastern China. Intensive farming subjects animals to unspeakable cruelty, but there is an alternative - veganism - writes Roanne van Voorst. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pigs being fed at a farm in eastern China. Intensive farming subjects animals to unspeakable cruelty, but there is an alternative - veganism - writes Roanne van Voorst. Photo: EPA-EFE
COP26

Why you should turn vegan to end factory farming’s daily carnage – author’s manifesto for change

  • We continue to eat meat and wear animal furs because we won’t face up to the horrors inflicted on sentient beings by industrial farming, Roanne van Voorst says
  • Having aroused our compassion for farm animals, she seeks to channel it into action with advice on how to cook plant-based food and what to listen to and read

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Pigs being fed at a farm in eastern China. Intensive farming subjects animals to unspeakable cruelty, but there is an alternative - veganism - writes Roanne van Voorst. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pigs being fed at a farm in eastern China. Intensive farming subjects animals to unspeakable cruelty, but there is an alternative - veganism - writes Roanne van Voorst. Photo: EPA-EFE
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