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Paul Shapiro
Paul Shapiro is the author of the Wash Post bestseller "Clean Meat" (). speaker, kindness advocate, astrophile, & founder
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Ilkka Taponen 2h
Decreasing meat consumption means less, not more, soy farming. Curious facts from book.
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Paul Shapiro May 25
A lot happened this week, including a Shawshank-style escape by Dawkins the monkey. My round-up:
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Shojinmeat Project (en) May 25
Ministry of Agriculture of Japan invested (thru their VC arm) in clean meat (Integriculture Inc., a Shojinmeat Project spin-off) along with other VC's.
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Max Elder May 24
Nice coverage of fish pain and it's implications. Our understanding of fish pain won't just change the fishing industry; it'll expand our moral circle.
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Paul Shapiro May 23
Good for you, Dawkins.
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Paul Shapiro May 23
Cool facts: Like humans, sea turtles have a lifespan of ~80 years, Other turtles have also shown they can remember individual humans and learn their (human-assigned) names. Here's one turtle I photo'd recently chilling (well, really eating) on a rocky beach.
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Paul Shapiro May 23
Sobering but critical reporting from on how humans eating less meat would give wildlife a fighting chance.
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Motherboard May 23
Humans make up just 0.01 percent of the biomass on Earth, but have managed to wipe out 83 percent of all wild mammals.
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Paul Shapiro May 23
TY, ! One possible solution: ! More from :
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San Francisco Chronicle May 22
Harvey Milk fought passionately for gay rights ... and being Jewish had much to do with his zeal. At least that’s the claim in a new biography, out today.
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Paul Shapiro May 22
Can science & tech help wean humanity off factory farming? That's what I argue in
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Daily Climate May 22
: To invest in a cleaner food future, it's time to invest in both the budding clean meat and plant-based meat industries writes
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Paul Shapiro May 21
"Humanity has caused the loss of 83% of all wild mammals and half of plants, while livestock kept by humans abounds...Of all the mammals on Earth, 96% are livestock and humans, only 4% are wild mammals." Via
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Paul Shapiro May 21
Very cool facts: Bees have great memories, dance to communicate, and learn from watching others.
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Paul Shapiro May 21
Thanks, . does require nutrients to grow (just like cells in animal’s body), but far fewer resources are needed to grow meat than to raise animals. More at
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VICE Canada May 18
Why lab-grown 'Clean Meat' could be the future.
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Paul Shapiro May 21
Replying to @kellyputty
Thanks, — good point. I just wrote about this, in fact:
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Paul Shapiro May 20
book review in concludes such tech "completely changes the game for animals."
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CBCSundayEdition May 19
"I do believe that , if it succeeds, is going to be among the most revolutionary things that has happened in in our food history. This will enable us to divorce meat production from raising and killing animals"
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Paul Shapiro May 19
Replying to @CBCSunday
Thanks, ! More at
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