Here's a nearly finished version of a talk I was going to give at TEDx Bellingen until I abandoned it for a completely different one.
Chris your comments just get sadder and sadder. Presumably your mother disagrees. Whatever happened in your past to spin you into this tirade it's time to grow up and become the kind of man that women would want to give the time of day to.
It would be great if you could make a playlist of the video series so its easy to watch through them in sequence.
1:30, "Only solutions: more planets, better technology or less people?
What about less consumption by those people, or at least the ones consuming the bulk of "stuff"
With only a few hours to put together, and some terrible acting, hopefully it will make sense to, or at least pique the interest of, the delegates at Synod this year
Hi Laura, thanks for your comment. Unfortunately veganism and vegetarianism both involve the slaughter of many animals, through the clear felling that is required for large monocultural crops like soy, rice, wheat and so on. Unless you are very lucky you will be relying on a significant amount of imported goods, contributing to fuel depletion and global warming. On sight slaughter of meat is a quick process. Each dietary approach balances a bunch of important ethical concerns, none perfectly
Thanks Dr Cadman. We're there any comments or questions from the floor indicating how the talk was recieved?
A painting of this story (especially from 3:00) is on the skinnypreacher70 channel