William Ripple, PhD: Environmental Effects of Human Carnivory


William Ripple, PhD is a distinguished professor of Ecology, Oregon State University, specializing in predator ecology and mammal conservation.

He is a widely published researcher and a prominent international figure in the field of ecology. Dr. Ripple also studies, publishes research on, and speaks about the environmental and climate effects of livestock and human carnivory (meat-eating by humans). The views expressed by Dr. Ripple in this presentation may not reflect the views of his employer.

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