Thanks to Cowspiracy, there is increasing awareness of the devastating effects of animal agriculture on our planet.
You have undoubtedly heard about Washington state's recent decision to kill an entire pack of wolves --10% of the entire wolf population in the state -- from Profanity Peak in order to appease a welfare-rancher on public lands whose calves have been killed. But did you know that wolves are not the only animals killed to protect livestock?
We've hit the "end of the road" for antibiotics. A new study published Thursday in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, a publication of the American Society for Microbiology released it's findings that there are now in the U.S. strains of bacteria that our last resort antibiotics can't kill.