We will never heal the planet and solve the climate crisis if we don’t address animal agriculture.
If the world switched to plant-based food we wouldn’t have to deal with so many problems in the future! What we choose to put on our plates directly affects ecosystems, humans and the climate. Make the change now! The planet, animals and future generations thank you.
If we look deeper, beneath our circumstances, our species, our gender, or our race, we are all one and the same. It is time that we act that way.
If we don’t reduce emissions from animal agriculture, we will not be able to hit climate targets. Even if we get it right on fossil fuels, we would still need to shift away from meat-heavy diets.
I support the Plant Based Treaty because I care about animals and the environment as well as my own health, I believe we all have the power to change the world for the better!
We can no longer ignore the effects of animal agriculture and fossil fuels on our planet. We must change the way we treat nature, and we must do it now. I believe the most powerful thing we can do as consumers, is not consume certain things. We can eat plants, plant trees and endorse the Plant Based Treaty to support a future where we can all thrive.
Policy change starts with making our voices heard. Young people will not only shape the future, but we will shape the present through our actions! We are leaders today, and must act on the greatest threat of our time: climate change.
Green REV Institute
We are on the edge of a climate catastrophe, yet we continue to conduct business as usual, afraid to make often radical but necessary decisions and ignore the science that ruthlessly shows us the reality in which we all find ourselves.
As a descendant of Indigenous people, I know the significance of the protection of our people, their land, rights, and knowledge. The indigenous people have been actively restoring and protecting lands from deforestation, with a priority shift on nature based solutions. This is a mission that aligns with The Plant Based Treaty.
For too long, and too often, this leading cause has been left out of climate solution discussions: animal agriculture. To fight the climate crisis and heal from the damage caused, we need to address the detrimental impact of animal agriculture on our planet. For our planet, people and other animals: eat plants, plant trees and endorse the Plant Based Treaty.
I am a 15-year-old climate activist from Bhopal, India. I spread awareness on how we can deal with the climate crisis and talk about the importance of a plant based diet. I take part in many plantation programs and environmental events going on in my city.
It is not too late to make a change, give us – the youngest ones – a chance and take care of our education and sensitivity and we will save this world.
Noah River Porter-Rosensweig
Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to be an athlete without animal protein. In fact, many professional athletes opt for a healthy plant-based diet. You have the opportunity to make a change which will help your athletic performance, as well as saving the earth! I know it’s helped me as a vegan hockey player.
Senior Scientist (Genetic Disorders), California, USA
Nilang Gor is a Senior Scientist in the field of genetic disorders and holds M.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Nilang also founded Cultivate Empathy for All, an organization which promotes empathy as a tool to address global challenges. As a systems thinker, he believes that we live in a highly interconnected ecosystem, where our well-being is interdependent on fellow humans, non-human animals, and the environment. He mobilizes community members to educate their city lawmakers on the negative impacts of animal-based food systems on various aspects of our society and environment, and promote local, sustainable policies and programs.
I endorse Plant-based Treaty because it is rooted in the scientific approach of “One Health”- the health of people is interconnected with the health of animals and our shared environment. My vision is to mobilize cities to put pressure on national governments for negotiating an International Plant-based Treaty.