On Monday January 28th, the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation presented the book Sea the Truth, Essays on Overfishing, Pollution and Climate Change. The anthology is an addendum to the documentary Sea the Truth, that premiered in May 2010 in the Tuschinkski theatre in Amsterdam.Continue Reading
This morning, Meat the Truth was screened in the the Swedish national parliament amid great interest. Chair of the Party for the Animals Marianne Thieme and NGPF director Karen Soeters were invited to present the film and to talk to Swedish members of parliament. All members of parliament were presented with the book “Meat the Truth”.Continue Reading
On Wednesday the 9th of February Meat the Truth, the Dutch climate film of the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation (NGPF) about the greenhouse gas emissions of the livestock industry, will be screened in the Swedish parliament.Continue Reading
As there is little footage of ritual slaughter in the Netherlands and to show the regular procedure for religious slaughter without stunning, the NGPF commisioned undercover filming in Dutch slaughter houses. The NGPF created a visual document in which this footage is commented on by leading scientists in the fields of slaughter methods and religious slaughter.Continue Reading
Recently the Party for the Animals published an interview with Karen Soeters, director of the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation (NGPF): , the scientific bureau of the Party for the Animals.Continue Reading
According to a report of the New Zealand news channel 3News sea mammals, among which whales, are dying of malnutrition. The makers claim that this is caused by overfishing for human consumption. Watch the report here.
After the worldwide success of “Meat the Truth”, which was translated in 13 different languages and released in 16 different countries, the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation has made another documentary, named “Sea the Truth”. Starting today, the official DVD is available.Continue Reading
Yesterday, July 13th, Meat the Truth was screened at the European Commission in Brussels (Belgium). Managing director of the NGPF and project manager of Meat the Truth was invited to introduce the film and answer questions of the audience afterwards.
The Environment Sub-Committee (ESC) for the European Commission Stagiaires organized the evenening, after seeing Meat the Truth at the United Nations in Brussels on May 26th. Organiser Adrien Lantieri: “We are highly impressed by the quality and clarity of the message delivered, filling the huge gap left previous documentaries, furthered by your enthusiastic and motivational talk at the end of the screening. We easily convinced other sub-committee members to the utmost necessity of screening MEAT THE TRUTH to stagiaires. Indeed, the ESC’s mandate is two fold: raising awareness amongst the 600 fellow trainees and fostering a sustainable future for the EU. A screening of the movie would perfectly achieve both aims”.
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Directed by Claudine Everaert and Gertjan Zwanniken. An Alalena production commissioned by the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation.Continue Reading