No More Bull

No More Bull is a unique initiative that aims to stop climate change before it’s too late.  No More Bull accounts for the failure of conferences and other actions on climate change for more than 20 years – during which greenhouse gas emissions have risen by more than 60 percent – causing many people to lose hope, or to question what is said about climate change.  As a result, No More Bull was created to give people fresh hope and inspiration from a unique case of environmental assessment.  This unique case involves a pragmatic opportunity to replace some of today’s livestock products with better alternatives, allowing for large-scale reforestation to draw down atmospheric carbon.

A press release issued in April 2015 formally launched No More Bull.  But the case made by No More Bull has previously been cited worldwide by many eminent organizations and individuals, including the New York Times, Bill Gates, and a UN General Assembly report.  Links to those sources are on the Chomping Climate Change website, host of No More BullThe overall goals of No More Bull and Chomping Climate Change are the same.  The difference between the two is that Chomping Climate Change was launched in 2011 as an open-ended effort – while No More Bull was launched in April 2015 as a more intensive approach to addressing climate change.

More information is available throughout the webpages of No More Bull and Chomping Climate Change;  see especially No More Bull‘s webpages entitled Project Rationale and Project Actions.