Climate change and global warming are often dismissed as hoaxes or scams, but this video sheds light on a crucial aspect often overlooked in discussions about these issues: the environmental impact of animal agriculture. With over 90 billion animals raised for food production worldwide, the energy-intensive process of growing their feed, transporting them, and processing their meat contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions.

Beyond the carbon footprint, the documentary highlights the massive amounts of waste produced by these animals, which pollute the air, water, and land. This aspect of industrial farming is rarely addressed in discussions about climate change, yet it plays a significant role in environmental degradation.

Meat the Truth, presented by Marianne Thieme, leader of the Party for the Animals, is a groundbreaking documentary that challenges the narrative surrounding climate change. Unlike previous films on the subject, it confronts the intensive livestock production industry and reveals its staggering contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. By bringing attention to this overlooked aspect, the documentary aims to spark conversation and action to address the environmental impact of animal agriculture.

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