Documentary about a pig farmer who turns his back on animal agriculture.
An upclose and non-narrated view of the life of Gunda, a breeding Animpig in a traditional, non-factory, pork production farm.
An upclose and non-narrated view of the life of Luma, a dairy cow on a British farm.
A documentary focusing on both ethical and technological developments around the world regarding the use of animals as food and contemplating a post-meat figure.
A sometimes funny, often harrowing, memoir by an attorney with the Humane Society of the United States regarding the inner workings of American factory farms and litigation against them.
An examination of the fast-growing industrialized global meat industry and the implications for climate change, food insecurity, workers' rights, the treatment of animals, and other issues.
A historical and contemporary analysis of veganism as a rising socio-political force as well as our future co-existence with other animals based in concepts derived from geography, critical animal studies and feminist theory.
An examination of the growing turn against industrial farming practices and toward what has come to be known as the “compassionate carnivore” movement, this book examines in detail the cruelty, sometimes at an extraordinary level, that is practiced against animals even on very small and purportedly “humane” farms.
Closely examines a number of popular arguments addressing the ethics of eating meat.
A series of essays examining the rhetorical strategies used by the animal agriculture industry to deflect criticism of its animal treatment and environmental policies.