We must end factory farming.
Lab Meat Now
We Must End Factory Farming!
Let Us Make This Possible By Bringing Lab-Grown Meat Into Stores - Now!
60% of all mammals are lifestock - taken away from their mothers after birth, living in cages, on metal bars covered by feces, slaughtered before ever seeing the sun.
Right now three times as many animals are held in factory farms than there are humans on earth.
1.000.0000.000 cows, calves and bulls.
1.000.0000.000 boars, sows and piglets.
20.000.0000.000 hens, chicks, cockerel.
Animals are not so different to us. Animals love their families. Mothers deeply suffer when their young are taken away. Young animals feel scared without their mothers. Their feelings are the same as ours, their joys and their suffering. We all should have the right to experience life - to breathe in cool fresh air, to feel the warm sun shine. It does not require human intelligence to do so.
Let's open our eyes to see the suffering we have created. And let's end it.
How can we get there?
If you want the world to change, offer a better solution!
Better solutions irrevocably replace current solutions. The landline phone replaced the telegraph, and the mobile phone replaced the landline phone. To ultimately replace animal meat with lab meat, it must be many times better. Better meaning: healthier, better tasting and cheaper.
Demand drives supply. Supply drives competition. Competition drives innovation.
To get lab meat which is a lot better than animal meat, we must create an environment in which many companies compete. For these companies to form and compete, we need strong demand for lab meat.
But there is a problem:
At the current time, lab meat is too expensive in order for wide spread demand to form organically. Without the demand, innovation is slow or stagnant. The few companies trying to manufacture lab meat still rely on outside investments instead of running on their own profits. Governments move too slowly. Lab grown meat is still forbidden in all major countries. New legislations pass slowly and are too unclear. It all can come to a final halt at any time. If we don't act, we might never reach our goal of ending factory farming. And the situation for billions of animals and their young will stay unchanged.
We must generate enough demand for lab meat, in order for politicians to create and pass supporting laws and guidelines. For manufacturers to reach economy of scale. And to create industrial profits that enable further research and innovation, ultimately resulting in inventing better and cheaper meat.
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