PETA ‘Dinosaurs’ Hit the Streets of Manila to Urge People to Go Vegan

Posted on by Fajar Zakri

We have a choice: Eliminate all animals from our plates (along with the pandemics caused by exploiting them for food)—or be eliminated from the planet ourselves.

On top of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are facing a climate catastrophe because we are unwilling to change as much as our eating habits.

To mark Earth Day 2022, PETA’s famous “dinosaurs” took to the streets of Manila to remind humans that their despicable treatment of their fellow sentient earthlings will result in their own slow but sure extinction.

According to the United Nations, a global shift to vegan eating is required to combat the worst effects of the climate catastrophe, as animal agriculture alone is responsible for approximately one-fifth of all human-induced greenhouse gas emissions.

PETA notes that these effects—such as rising sea levels, more severe and devastating typhoons, hurricanes, and wildfires—have increased in intensity and destructive potential globally because of continued emissions.

The vegan scene in the Philippines—and indeed in much of Asia—is starting to roar, and it has never been more apt, urgent, and necessary to ditch primeval meat-based foods and simply go vegan.

By going vegan, an individual spares nearly 200 animals each year—and it is, without a doubt, the easiest and most effective action an individual can take to reduce their carbon footprint and save the planet.

Waste no time in reversing the threat of extinction, as going vegan is the mighty power that everyone possesses. Start today!

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