World Animal Net (WAN)
On September 21, 2014, the historic People's Climate March brought some 400,000 people to the streets (with numerous marches in solidarity around the world) and WAN is proud to have been among them. Marchers aimed to show the United Nations that climate matters and to encourage the organization to take strong action on climate change at the 2014 Climate Summit, attended by heads of state.
WAN looked to inform both viewers and march participants about the impact animal agriculture has on climate change, and the fact that reducing meat consumption is one of the easiest and most effective ways to combat climate change and improve the health of our environment.
WAN leafletted and also brought a large inflatable cow emblazoned with the words "I am full of greenhouse gas, do you have steak in it?" which became a focal point of the dietary change march contingent.
In WAN's words:
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