Vegaphobie: Ein Hindernis auf dem Weg zur Nachhaltigkeit

@article{Bendl2018VegaphobieEH,
  title={Vegaphobie: Ein Hindernis auf dem Weg zur Nachhaltigkeit},
  author={Regine Bendl and Giuseppe Delmestri and Petr Kudelka},
  journal={Chancen und Grenzen der Nachhaltigkeitstransformation},
  year={2018}
}
Veganer/-innen, noch mehr als Vegetarier/-innen, werden in westlichen Gesellschaften stigmatisiert und diskriminiert. Die Stigmatisierung von Veganer/-innen ist weder sozial nachhaltig noch rational. Die sich daraus ergebende Abwertung pflanzlicher Gerichte erschwert sowohl eine Reduktion des Fleischkonsums, um die Kosten des Gesundheitssystems zu reduzieren, als auch die Einhaltung der in Paris beschlossenen Klimaziele, bedingt durch den hohen okologischen Fusabdruck tierischer Produkte. Wir… 

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