Eating Our Way to Extinction

Eating Our Way to Extinction

2021, Environment  -   11 Comments
9.16
12345678910
Ratings: 9.16/10 from 31 users.

Narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet, "Eating Our Way to Extinction" is a powerful documentary that explores the impact of industrial animal agriculture on the environment, human health, and animal welfare. The film takes a comprehensive look at the global impact of intensive animal farming, showcasing how it contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, water pollution, and loss of biodiversity.

The documentary also delves into the ethical implications of animal agriculture, focusing on the inhumane living conditions, routine mutilation, and brutal slaughter of factory-farmed animals. Through shocking footage from inside factory farms and slaughterhouses, the film exposes the cruelty and suffering that is often hidden from public view.

The work highlights the urgent need for a shift towards more sustainable and ethical food choices, including reducing meat consumption and supporting more humane and environmentally friendly food production systems. Through interviews with farmers, chefs, and activists, the documentary showcases examples of positive change, including regenerative agriculture, which focuses on building healthy soils, restoring ecosystems, and reducing carbon emissions.

By exposing the devastating impact of industrial animal agriculture and offering hope for a better future, "Eating Our Way to Extinction" is an essential viewing for anyone concerned about the future of our planet and the well-being of animals and humans alike. The film presents a compelling case for rethinking our relationship with animals and the way we produce and consume food, offering insights into the potential solutions to mitigate the impact of animal agriculture.

Overall, "Eating Our Way to Extinction" is a thought-provoking and emotional journey that highlights the urgent need for change in our food production systems. The film's compelling message is backed up by powerful visuals and insights from leading experts, making it a must-watch for anyone interested in creating a more sustainable and compassionate world.

Directed by: Ludo Brockway, Otto Brockway

More great documentaries

guest

11 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
masilo
masilo
1 year ago

oh wow.. My heart for green life is rejuvenated.

KillThemALL
KillThemALL
1 year ago

30.00 She lied so hard, that she ask for stoping recording because was speachless. Its perfect exaple how humans behave when they try lie through impossible.

Claudius Pereira
Claudius Pereira
1 year ago

Woke rubbish !

BeautifulDeceit
BeautifulDeceit
1 year ago

i had to watch this just because of the 'DUMBA#' these mass psychomanipulation documentaries never fail to leave me dumbfounded!????

ima bot
ima bot
1 year ago

Boring, same old tired dance of 'greedy' corporations, lobbyists, corporate-funded junk science, and political corruption. It's like yet another doc about people starving in Africa. Please stop it already. Yes, it's all about profits, and successful corporations do one heck of a good job delivering them. Two thumbs up! The corporations are not to blame, no matter what they are into (oil, pharma, tobacco, etc). Rather, its the system we presently have that demands they conduct themselves this way. A doc on newer forms of government incorporating increasing amounts of tech, especially AI, into decision making would be very interesting. Perhaps it will start small, in the private sector, factoring out middle managers, HR, and other drains of the bottom line before moving to public office. They say in this doc we have 30 years before epic collapse. If we are that close to the cliff, why not try something radically new. Why not a doc on that? People are the problem, so factor some of them out.
I want to see a virtual politician win an election.

Solatle
Solatle
1 year ago

Eating too much of bad meat (loaded with chemicals--antibiotics, growth hormones, chemicals in feeds, and who knows what) is only one problem.  Other problems are GMOs, synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, the big agri-businesses who use all these chemicals and who put small organic farmers out of business.  The biggest problem is the governmental agencies who are partners of the agri-behemoths.