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Should We All Be Vegan?: A primer for the 21st century

Molly Watson Matthew Taylor

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Thames & Hudson Ltd
09 October 2019
Society & Social Sciences; Animals & society; Ethical issues & debates; Dietetics & nutrition; Sustainability
The Big Idea shortlisted for series design in the British Design and Production Awards As concern grows over the environmental costs and ethical implications of intensive factory farming, an increasing number of us are embracing diets and lifestyles free from animal products. Has the time now arrived for us all to reject the exploitation of animals completely and become vegan? Would adopting a wholly plant-based diet be beneficial for our health? How would a majority vegan population affect the global economy and the planet? Does it make any sense to go flexitarian or vegetarian? Molly Watson explores the history, rationale and impact of veganism on an individual, social and global level, and assesses the effects of a mass change in diet on our environment, the economy and our health.
By:   Molly Watson
Edited by:   Matthew Taylor
Imprint:   Thames & Hudson Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   0
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   340g
ISBN:   9780500295038
ISBN 10:   0500295034
Series:   The Big Idea
Pages:   144
Publication Date:   09 October 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction, The Evolution of Veganism, Why Go Vegan Today?, The Challenges of Veganism, A Vegan Planet, Conclusion.

Matthew Taylor is Chief Executive of the RSA, a 250-year old British institution devoted to enriching society through ideas and action to deliver a 21st-century enlightenment. A writer, public speaker and broadcaster, he has written widely on policy, politics, public service reform and cultural theory, and frequently appears on Newsnight, The Daily Politics, and Radio 4's Today and The Moral Maze. He was previously General Secretary and Chief Executive of the Institute for Public Policy Research, Britain's leading think tank.

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