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HomeVideoWATCH: Moby on the connection between what we eat and climate change

WATCH: Moby on the connection between what we eat and climate change

As the COP26 climate summit comes to an end this week in Glasgow, Scotland, the NewsHour’s William Brangham talks with musician and animal rights activist Moby about why he thinks eliminating meat and dairy from the global food-chain is essential for fighting climate change. Moby talks about why it’s become the “third rail” of climate politics — “almost everybody shies away from talking about it,” he says — and how he sees the conversation around meat production and climate change progressing.

how he sees this movement progressing.

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