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... I can find data from credible sources like the David Suzuki in order to appeal to my audience by using ethos because Susuki is an environmental activist.
I am genuinely excited to learn more about the effects of mass animal production and write an essay that talks about it 's issues when it comes to sustainability and what we can do to come up with solutions to make livestock production more sustainable for everybody. I believe this issue is something the whole world could be affected by. In my opinion writing about this topic will shed light on the issues and the negative impact animal production causes along with the fact that it will help me make sense of all the obstacles that are on the way that are hindering its ability to be more sustainable for everyone. I plan to fully express and write this paper in order to educate and light a fire to my chosen audience.
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