...global warming/climate change will. Scientists have long term predictions that as the globe continues to warm over the next 4-6 decades that states like California for instance general temperature and climate could become the fate of Las Vegas or Phoenix and become desert wastelands. Less fertile ground for the growth of corn, wheat, rice will force governments to change their strategies and stop using these foods for animal feed/fuel and used mostly for human consumption. Also desert like climates make it impossible to raise livestock. We already seeing this in the US and meat prices are expected to rise due supply and demand for this Memorial Day weekend. We are seeing water droughts throughout the US which are even closing down meat packing factories because the lands are no longer sustainable for farming or livestock. We could get our wish and we could see this as elderly people but there is the other downside. The cost of fruits and vegs could skyrocket in price so much that it will no longer be affordable to the common person. We could end up relying on local grains and processed foods or personal gardens to maintain our vegan lifestyles. Meat could just become a luxury for the rich but unfortunately quality fruits and vegs may share similar fates. Another possible occurrence is the ocean could end up becoming our only food source of the future which is scary considering how polluted that our oceans already are now. Do you own research on climate change and see how realistic this theory may be.
Ermm, global warming "scientists" are the ones who have a scandal to deal with.
Truthfully I don't think that the media or news will make the connection between consuming less meat/animal products and helping the environment. And I'm not even sure that people will give a **** even if they know what will help.
I heard (on the video below) that PETA kills the animals they take in???
I hope you're right, but I have a feeling more rainforests and other untouched land will be used to produce food for livestock.