Crossing the Globe #9: Meat Consumption

“I don’t agree with killing animals for food […], but unfortunately [banning cattle farming and meat consumption globally] is not practical in the real world.”

In this episode of Crossing the Globe, we talk about the ethics and politics of meat consumption with Ricky from South Africa, Paula from Spain and Brazil, and Shruti from India. All three of our guests follow a vegetarian diet for different reasons, which are intertwined with their and their home countries’ morals and culture.

Their experiences offer valuable insights to think about similarities and differences in patterns of meat consumption, or non-consumption, between the West and the emerging economies in the Global South.

This episode was produced and presented by Francesca Di Fazio. To hear more from us, subscribe to Beaver Sound on Spotify. 


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