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Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret Book Overview
The Sustainability Secret book is the companion to the documentary, Cowspiracy. It explores animal agriculture’s impacts on our environment.
Journey with authors as they discover one shocking statistic after another about the food system. They’ll interview leading businesses, environmental organizations, and political groups.
This book features:
- Extended transcripts
- Updated statistics
- Tips on becoming vegan
- Comprehensive reading lists
Revealing, The Sustainability Secret book is firmly rooted in science and supporting research. Learn the meat and dairy industry’s awful environmental impact.
About the Authors
Kip Andersen is the executive director of Animals United Movement (A.U.M.) Films & Media—a nonprofit dedicated to producing films and media promoting sustainable, compassionate, and peaceful living. He is the co-director of the groundbreaking documentary film Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.
Keegan Kuhn is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, video producer, and professional musician. He runs First Spark Media, a video production company tailored to creating videos and films for non-profit organizations and conscientious companies. Also, he’s the director for the documentaries, Turlock, Something To Be Thankful For, and co-director of the groundbreaking environmental film Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.
“After you have read the book, which by the way will horrify you and make you ill to the stomach in each of the chapters from 1 to 9, with hope being held out in chapters 10 and 11, or watched the documentary, you will certainly have much to contemplate about what you choose to eat and where you gather that food.” – Janet Mawdesley, Blue Wolf Reviews. “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.” 4 December 2016
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