Is veganism the most ethical lifestyle? Is the answer to the question posed by the headline below “yes”? And if it is, what does that say about the ethics of selling meat, eggs, and dairy? More generally, does the rightness or wrongness of commerce in a product depend directly on the ethics of using that product? Using a lot of it? Individually or socially? >>>
Is being vegan the most ethical way to live?
Today is the last day of Meat Free Week, the annual jamboree for meat reducers. I hope you’ve enjoyed it. So should you take your dietary activism to the next degree and cut meat out completely? Along with processed foods, animal foods are among those with the highest effect on climate and environment (including water use, air pollution and deforestation)….