Greta Thunberg: Our relationship with nature is broken



According to Greta Thunberg, the cost of an industrialized food system is clear–the destruction of our planet. In a new video, sponsored by Mercy For Animals, Greta raises the question, will we take action before it’s too late?

Our relationship with nature is broken. But relationships can change. When we protect nature – we are Nature protecting itself.

Greta Thunberg

Thank you Mercy For Animals for sponsoring this film by Tom Mustill and me. Music by George FitzGerald @georgefitzmusic Editor Bram De Jonghe. Thanks to Coppershell Farm Sanctuary @Coppershellfarm. Producer Evie Wright @eviewright Sponsored by @MercyForAnimals A Gripping Films Production #ForNature #BiodiversityDay

Greta Thunberg’s new campaign is calling for human beings to change the way we farm and eat animals.

“Up to 75 percent of all new diseases come from other animals because of the way we farm and treat animals. “We are creating the perfect conditions for diseases to spill over from one animal to another, and to us. “The next pandemic could be much, much worse, but we can change.” The activist made the video in collaboration with Mercy for Animals, an organisation dedicated to eradicating ‘cruel’ food systems such as factory farming. #GretaThunberg #Vegan #Animals

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