Vol. 3 Issue 4, April 2021

WellBeing International | WellBeing News
Solutions for People,Animals and Environment

Farm Animals, Alternative Proteins,
Economics & Sustainability

While investment in alternative proteins and calls to eat less meat have grown over the last several years, the consumption of animal products continues to rise, buoyed by its cheaper cost (in part, due to lax environmental regulation of factory farms). But, as with solar, we will see the price of alternative proteins drop as sales volume rises.

The Wolf Pendulum in the United States
Under the pretext of the threat wolves pose to Idaho livelihoods, the state legislature just sent a bill to Governor Brad Little authorizing the killing of up to 90% of Idaho’s estimated 1,500 wolves. The facts, however, belie the basis for this legislative action. READ MORE

The Dasgupta Review and the Economics of Biodiversity
Every now and again, a publication or report comes along that changes how we think about life such as Animal Machines by Ruth Harrison or Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. The Economics of Biodiversity: The Dasgupta Review, an independent report just released by the British government, is destined to join these classics. READ MORE

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