John, co-owner of a farm, explains the process of factory farming. He mentions that it includes raising the cattle and deciding which ones to sell to use for meat. This clip mentions that factory farming takes up so much land and resources and ultimately "cannot be sustainable."
Kip Anderson, the narrator, explains how he wanted to make a difference in the environment. He was doing all the things he was told (trying to save water, riding bikes, recycling, and more). After research he found that there was another problems that was leading to the detriment of the planet: animal agriculture.
Fracking is known to be a leading cause of the lack of water in the world. Government and other environmental organizations focus on fracking in order to try and save our water resources. However, animal agriculture uses an exponential amount more than fracking.
Kip talks to members of an environmental organization about why they do not talk about the harmful effects that animal products have to the environment. The gases that are released when raising livestock for food and drinks are more harmful than other fossil fuels. Because of the increase in meat and dairy consumption, there is going to be a major increase in dangerous pollution. He notes that the industry is destroying oceans, animals, and other water consumption problems. But Kip is also worried about why the government is not talking about this.
Waste from animals is destroying our oceans and water resources. Because of animal agriculture, there is a massive amount of deadzones in the earth's oceans. Different companies talk about plastic bag removal and other conservation habits, but most do not talk about animal agriculture.