I am an ardent opponent of factory-farmed animals. I care about food and agriculture, the latter I sometimes fear was our original fall from Eden. The beastly way we have turned animal production into a heartless row of cages and confinement displays our belief that we are somehow above the animal kingdom—we are now masters of the universe.
Is it possible that our next play at masters of the universe—genetic engineering— is a solution to factory-farmed animals?
What’s at risk as we search for the next solution to feed a hungry world? Continue reading