Animal Exploitation and Sustainability: a talk by Seb Alex
85.000 animals are killed every second for food, clothing, medicine and many other industries.
Exactly how much of this is necessary? What are the ethical arguments for and against? What do we as a society think and feel about it? How does it affect the environment and how can we move forward from here?
Join us on April 30, at 6:30pm in Internef 273 auditorium (Université de Lausanne) to find out more. A free buffet will be served after the talk.
Born and raised in Lebanon, Seb Alex moved to Europe in 2011 to pursue his career in Sustainable Architecture. Having worked with the UNHCR’s refugee program for a year, then took the opportunity to enter the corporate world and work as an international coordinator of projects for an architecture company in Barcelona.
A year after, he decided to leave his corporate life behind and dedicate all his time to what really speaks to his heart: animal rights advocacy.
During 2018, he gave talks on Vegan Advocacy, Why Veganism, Why Activism and Learning From Previous Struggles to over 950+ people across Europe (such as but not limited to: Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Poland, Switzerland) and Australia.
He is now returning to Europe present his talk on Animal Exploitation and Sustainability.
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