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The Green Quote: Moby Confronts Al Gore About Eating Meat And Being Green

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“I asked Al Gore about why he didn’t mention this in ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ [as animal production is responsible for more greenhouse gases than every car, bus, truck, bus, plane and boat on the planet combined]. He answered honestly, basically saying that getting people to drive a hybrid car isn’t that difficult. Getting people to give up animal products is almost impossible. I appreciated his honesty.”

Moby sharing his conversation on spinner.com with Al Gore about why An Inconvenient Truth doesn’t mention meat-free diets. What do you think about this statement? Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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