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Dr Eleanor Boyle

Eleanor Boyle is a Canadian educator and writer who is passionate about the global need to transform diets and food systems to be climate-friendly, compassionate, and healthy. She has degrees in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Food Policy. Based in Canada, she has written on animal sentience and on the pressing ecological, health, and welfare reasons for eating less meat. She is active with Global Meatless Monday, authored High Steaks: Why and How to Eat Less Meat, and writes about lessons for today from food policy and diets in WWII Britain.


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