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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - Why Flesh is the New Fur
The (Melbourne) Age's weekly (on Tuesdays) food and wine lift out features a ‘green issue' this week including articles on ‘The Ethics of Eating' and ‘Food for Thought' (guidance for the ethical consumer). Apparently the only online article on the Age site is this one:

Why flesh is the new fur

Forget rainforests, whales and nuclear bombs - there's a new cause in town. The message is simple: "Save the planet - don't eat meat, fish, dairy or eggs." Around the world, celebrities, lawyers and activists are standing up, stripping off and flouting the law to get you to eat fewer animals and animal products. They are doing so because of what they see as a quest to save the Earth, protect individual animals and entire species and to stop animals suffering.
Animal-derived foods are not just the foundation of much cooking but a cultural cornerstone of Western cuisine. So how are luminaries such as Sir Paul McCartney and Greta Scacchi planning to wean us off milk and tear us away from our T-bones?

More at: http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2009/07/20/1247941868281.html

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