Interfaith leaders urge UNs COP26 to adopt the Plant Based Treaty – The Jerusalem Post

Posted By on November 4, 2021

Over 100 interfaith leaders and dozens of faith-based organizations issued a strong message urging COP26 Climate Summit delegates to adopt the Plant Based Treaty a call to encourage the adoption of vegan and plant-based diets worldwide as a companion to the Paris Agreement.

Among the interfaith leaders were former Chief Rabbi of Ireland Rabbi David Rosen and Rev. Shad Groverland, Executive Director of the global organization Unity Worldwide Ministries.

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The welfare of the planet, humanity, and all life, is inseparably connected to how we treat one another. The Plant Based Treaty is a vital step in shifting our current path of destruction and harm, towards one of healing, wholeness and creating a sustainable world that works for all, said Rev. Groverland.

Kudos to the Plant Based Treaty organization for highlighting this cow in the room, Rosen declared.

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