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Published on Dec 17, 2017
Today' episode of the Rich Roll Podcast features animal rights activist and Mercy For Animals founder Nathan Runkle.
The youngest person ever inducted into the U.S. Animal Rights Hall of Fame (he was 25), Nathan has been featured in hundreds of prominent media outlets and has spent decades working alongside elected officials, corporate executives, heads of international organizations, academics, farmers, celebrities, and film producers to pass landmark legislation and implement animal welfare policy changes.
Nathan is also the author of the new and aptly titled book, Mercy For Animals (link below).
This is a conversation about Nathan's early interest in animal welfare, the founding of MFA in his teens and the undercover work that followed. We discuss the current state and implications of factory farming on animal, human and planetary health. And we review the regulatory landscape that governs our food systems and the implications of the clean meat movement on the future of food.
But ultimately this is a conversation about being who you are. It's about turning compassion into action. It's about the ethical and environmental implications of our daily food choices. And it's about the power we all hold to create change and forge a more compassionate and sustainable world for generations to come.
NEW TO ME? Hi I'm Rich Roll. I'm a vegan ultra-endurance athlete and podcaster. I write books and travel the world giving talks. But mainly I'm a husband and dad of four. If you want to know more, the NY Times wrote a couple things: http://bit.ly/otillonyt http://bit.ly/vegansglam
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