Vystopia: World Vegan Day 2017 Melbourne Live Stream

In this 30-min presentation (recorded live at World Vegan Day 2017) I explore the extent of vystopia and discuss highlight three things you can do to transmute the anguish into positive action for change.

Vystopia is a painful experience, particularly for those who empathise strongly with the suffering of animals.

Through exquisite self-care, becoming a skilled communicator and collaborating with others, you can transform your vystopia into creative ways to create a more just world.

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