In an op-ed for the New York Times, the co-founder of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) said that Trump is “a dangerous man” who is undermining animal welfare by pushing for the use of pesticides and chemicals that are “often not only illegal, but unsafe.”
“The chemicals that Trump has proposed will only add to the dangers of these substances,” Michael Pollan said.
“For years, we have been warning of the dangers posed by these chemicals, but no one listened.
Now we are calling on everyone to act.”
The co-founders of the IFAW have long been vocal advocates of animal welfare.
The IFAw was founded in 1986 by Michael Pollen, who also co-founded the World Wildlife Fund.
Pollan is the author of numerous books, including The Omnivore’s Dilemma: How to Save Animals on a Small Planet and Beyond: Why Our Future Must Look Like Our Past.
In a letter to supporters, he said that he “wasn’t the first to say we must change our behavior towards animals.
But the truth is that we can do much more.””
The world has always been a compassionate place.
That is not a new reality.
The United States is no exception.
But when we make the mistake of allowing a system of power to flourish, we destroy the environment and undermine our very way of life.
And so, the only way we can truly make a difference is by taking a stand and speaking up,” he said.