Benefits Of Veganism

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Anthropocentric idealism is destroying the earth; to believe humans are the most important being on the planet is ridiculous, and extremely selfish. Because of this ideal, non domestic animals are considered of lesser value, and are used for our benefit (whether it be for food, clothing, or other goods.) These animals are not afforded the rights that all living beings deserve- the right to a pain free life and the right to live. This is what vegans fight for, they fight for animal rights, and the end of animal based products to create a healthier and more humane earth. Veganism is a lifestyle that aims to avoid as much abuse and exploitation of animals as possible. It is beneficial towards the earth and animal welfare because it informs the …show more content…
EpiSkin™, EpiDerm™ and SkinEthic are reconstructed models of human skin which demonstrate similarities to real human tissue. They have been modeled as useful for the testing of corrosivity and irritancy of makeup brands, and have saved the lives of thousands of rabbits whom would have been subjected to cruel torture without their creation. This is just one alternative, but imagine if, in the future, animal testing becomes obsolete. The world will be a more humane place. Veganism is not just a diet, it is a mindset and a way of life. There is no tolerance or the support for any business profiting from animal exploitation because they do not want to fund the unnecessary testing and suffering of millions of animals.
Along with being beneficial towards animal welfare, veganism is beneficial towards the Earth’s health. By going vegan, the impact of climate change and pollution can be reduced, while saving water and other limited resources for our usage. Global warming is a major threat to the global environment yet, only carbon dioxide emissions are called the main culprits behind it when that is not the case. In a recent study, it was shown that methane from animal waste is 25- 100 times more responsible for global warming than transportation exhaust and carbon dioxide, which is responsible for only 13% of all greenhouse gas emissions. But by overlooking this fact, environmental organisations are missing a crucial step and individual can take to reduce global warming. By adopting a vegan

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