Environmental rights are animal rights, and
animal rights are environmental rights.
Animal & environmental rights activists unite
As you can probably tell by our name, one of our main goals is to unify the animal rights and environmental rights movement, as currently, they are divided and they should not be.
One too many times have we seen grand marches of animal rights protestors or environmental rights protestors rallying separately, when we should be rallying together. The issues are too strongly interlinked to continue to remain divided. We have to come together in order to better confront the systems of power that prevent us from remedying these existential crises that our species and planet are facing.
The truth is that every time the environment is damaged, both non human and human animals will suffer, and every time an animal is slaughtered for food, the environment will suffer. This is the picture that must be painted from now on regarding these two very important issues.
"The earth is what we all have in common."
Plant based food alternatives
Plant-based food alternatives are delicious foods made totally from plants. They help to greatly reduce the destruction of the environment and the mass slaughter of animals.
Plant-based food alternatives are made from a multitude of different sources such as corn, wheat, rice, beans, soy etc. Often, they are made to replicate the taste of animal products. It is crucial to improve this industry so that people become more inclined to decrease their meat consumption. The industry is improving every day. In our manifesto, we go into greater detail about some of these companies and the progress they have made.
“I became a vegetarian after realizing that animals feel afraid, cold, hungry, and unhappy like we do. I feel very deeply about vegetarianism and the animal kingdom.”
Earth Animal Alliance is the voice
of all things needing protection
and transformation for survival .
Many of us would love to live in a world where each individual has such a level of care for all beings that they would instantly change their habits in order to ease the sufferings of others, but unfortunately, this is not reality. Even when such a simple change can ease the suffering of others, many people still will not make that change, for one reason or another.
For years, many of us would languish in extreme frustration and sadness, wondering how we would ever stop the mass slaughter and destruction of innocent beings and the environment, with so many people preferring to look away rather than change their habits. However, the good news is that there is now a solution. We are now approaching a moment in time where the undying demand for animal products will be able to be met without killing animals or destroying the environment. This is the technology that will allow us to both normalize the vegan movement, as well as to unify it with the environmental movement.
When we are passionate about something, we want to be extreme; we want to be radical, and if you read my manifesto, you will see, there will be opportunities for that - especially if you’re willing to put your body on the line. I have studied social movements, and the ones that succeed are the ones that are normalized - brought into the mainstream.
We will adamantly promote clean alternative energy systems and plant-based alternative products, but it will be the promotion of cultured animal products that will allow for people - whom for whatever reason - do not want to go vegan, to still join this alliance. Many animal rights activists speak of how the future is vegan. If a vegan world means plant-based alternative products only, we do not believe this vision is possible, but, a future of both plant-based and cultured animal products, we do believe is possible, and inevitable.
We call the consumption and usage of only plant-based and cultured animal products neo-veganism. And it was quite the harbinger that despite my forming this idea for years, it was only a few weeks before this launch that a new study was released, concluding that twenty years from now, the majority of food will come from these two sources.
"The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man."
If the environment is ever
to be totally clean, we must eradicate animal
Food of the future
Currently, part of the process by which cultured animal products are produced uses up much energy and involves unacceptable cruelty. However, scientists are currently in the process of remedying these drawbacks. In a relatively short period of time, it will be possible to produce actual animal products without having to harm any animals in the process, and subsequently nullify the problem of high energy uses.
One of our very first campaigns will be to put pressure on the government in order to hasten this process. Once this is achieved, we will have the ability to produce animal products that carry no disease, antibiotics, chemicals, or feces without the killing of animals; without using copious amounts of energy, and without using gargantuan amounts of land and water.
We see this as integral channel by which the animal rights movement and environmental rights movement can come together.
“We shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole chicken in order to eat a breast or a wing, by growing these parts separately under a suitable medium,”
Clean alternative energy
Clean alternative energy systems are forms of energy technology that rely upon renewable energy as opposed to non-renewable energy. They do not pollute the environment. They do not contribute to climate change. It is crucial that we use these readily available technologies to transform our energy infrastructure across America and across the world.
"What's the use of a fine house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on."
-Henry David Thoreau