The primary focus at the moment is the evidence for climate change, that it is human caused and similar. I was planning on covering agriculture and livestock as part of it. How detailed it will be honestly hinges on a few factors.
It is already going to be quite long. But it will be discussed, the focus is on more "basic" aspects, but I will be as comprehensive as I can.
I'd say agriculture is very much one of the leading problems of climate change, I can't believe how it gets ignored so readily. Everybody is all about the fossil fuels as a problem, while fossil fuels are an issue, the evidence for agriculture being a serious
problem is readily brushed under the carpet or not acknowledged at all due to the clout the food industry has, because lets face it, they have us over a barrel, we have to eat... and so do cows, Given the land that is razed to graze cows / grow feed for cows. Cows eat up to 5% of their body weight, a day. That food has to come from somewhere. Then there is a growing human population...
I shall be happy to have a look at this!