/' http-equiv='refresh'/> Vegan Outreach Lincoln and East Midlands: The Species Barrier #22 Podcast & Show Notes


The Species Barrier #22 Podcast & Show Notes

Coming up today... a trio of interesting and inspirational Canadians. We hear from the team behind newly released documentary film The Ghosts In Our Machine... director Liz Marshall and photographer Jo-Anne McArthur. Jo-Anne also lets us know about her upcoming photography book entitled We Animals.

In the wake of our last episode on reproductive choices, environmentalist and animal rights activist Toni Vernelli explains why she had an abortion and then got sterilised in order to minimise her own impacts.

Also as Endangered Species day and Biological Diversity Day pass a 60% of UK species decline in number, Author Dan Brown addresses overpopulation, Attenborough cautions Australia against growth, evangelicals promote large family sizes and just what is the value of vegetarian week and meat-free Mondays?

Liz and Jo-Anne say "Give Up The Ghost"

Listen to The Species Barrier 22 Ghosts: Here

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Toni Vernelli: ethically child-free

The Species Barrier #22 Show Notes:

The East Midlands Vegan Festival: 
Loving Hut Camden: http://camden.lovinghut.co.uk/
Endangered Species Day: http://www.stopextinction.org/esd.html
Biological Diversity Day: http://www.cbd.int/idb/
The State of Nature report: http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/22609000
Councils destroying verge wildlifehttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-22671186
The Ghosts in Our Machine: http://www.theghostsinourmachine.com/
Quiverfull movement comes to the UK: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22526252
Jo-Anne McArthur's We Animals: http://www.weanimals.org/

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