The industrialization of "livestock production," which is driven by a rapid global increase in nonhuman animal consumption and the technological advances that make mass produced goods possible . . .
While Feminism is traditionally understood as a collection of movements and ideologies that advocate specifically for women's rights and equality, it is developing into a movement to eliminate all forms of sexism and oppression . . .
The act of searching for wild food. In Genesis 1:29–30, God gave to every living animal, including humans, all the green things of the earth to eat. God set the first humans in a “garden” where they could eat from any plant or tree, except the two God forbade. This garden was not a cultivated orchard but a wild place . . .