VIDEO: MSNBC guest declares why it’s a ‘privilege’ to not eat meat


MSNBC guest and climate change activist Jonathan Safran Foer on Monday said it’s a “privilege” to not eat meat in order to save the planet.

Foer appeared on MSNBC, where he discussed his book, We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins At Breakfast, which will be released on Tuesday. During the interview, host Ali Velshi asked Foer whether he was talking about “individual choices” or “government-level, institutional-level changes to how we eat” when he was talking about sacrifices to the way we eat.

The article goes on to state the following:

Foer said Americans will look back on this moment of fighting climate change and will not be using the word “sacrifice,” but instead will be calling it a “privilege” to participate in saving the planet.

He further declared that “people in American cities and parts of Europe need to reduce meat intake by 90 percent and dairy by 60 percent.”

WATCH his remarks in the video below:

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