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No more public money for factory farms!

Harmful factory farms are threatening people and the environment all over the world. They are harming our health, polluting our water and air, and heating up the planet. They are abusing animals and threatening small-scale farmers’ livelihoods. It’s time to take a stand against Big Meat and Dairy and tell our elected officials: No more public money for factory farming!   Will you join us?

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Climate Change

Climate change is a global crisis and the meat and dairy industry is one of the greatest contributors. If we don’t fix our food now, our planet faces dire consequences.

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Forests

Our forests are home to the most biodiverse habitats in the world. The intensity of meat production is threatening the survival of these critical ecosystems.

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Water

Intensive livestock production contaminates our water with animal waste and drains our freshwater supply for crop feed. We cannot risk losing our most valuable resource.

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Health

A healthy future depends on a plant-based diet. As consumption of industrial meat increases around the world, so grow the critical public health issues that come with it.

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Animal Welfare

Industrial farming mistreats animals solely for profit. By eating a diet richer in plants, we ensure that more animals are treated with dignity.

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Fair Food

From factory farm to fork, the meat and dairy industry puts profits first at the expense of farmers, workers and communities. Our food system is built for business, not for people.

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