How Veganism Can Save Us

Category: Book
By (author): Hakansson, Emma
Series: Survive The Modern World
Subject:  COOKING / Health & Healing / General
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Agriculture & Food (see also POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Poli
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Violence in Society
Publisher: Hardie Grant - Chronicle Books
Published: September 2022
Format: Book-other
Pages: 144
Size: 7.20in x 5.10in
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From The Publisher*How Veganism Can Save Us is a little book about the big ideas behind veganism, showing how changing our habits can change the world.

Revealing hard truths, animal rights activist Emma Hakansson teaches us the devastating impact animal agriculture is having on our environment, waterways, as well as our personal wellbeing and mental health. Emma shows us that there is so much power in our individual choices. By eating a plant-based diet we can make incredible change that will help reverse environmental devastation, improve our overall health and save animals from the violent and oppressive system they have been born into.

This empowering book is filled with quotes, explainers and activities that give pause for thought, recalibration and action, as Emma's words echo that of Sir David Attenborough's: "the future of humanity and indeed all life on Earth depends on us".

How Veganism Can Save Us will arm you with the truth and set you on a path towards a more sustainable future.
Biographical NoteEmma Hakansson is first and foremost, an activist. She is dedicated to collective liberation, and to efforts which extend our circle of compassion far beyond our own backyards, but across races, sexes, and even species. Emma is a writer, having been published internationally across media outlets like Plant Based News, Good On You Eco, The Green Hub and other sustainable, ethical publications. She has created multiple animal rights campaigns and produced visual and written content for both Animal Liberation Victoria, and Farm Transparency Project, two organizations which regularly appear in national, and international news. In 2021, Emma will be launching a short film and an ethical, vegan knitwear label.